Can Purplebricks really ‘disrupt’ the UK property industry, asks leading shares advice site

first_imgHome » News » Agencies & People » Can Purplebricks really ‘disrupt’ the UK property industry, asks leading shares advice site previous nextAgencies & PeopleCan Purplebricks really ‘disrupt’ the UK property industry, asks leading shares advice siteThe Motley Fool says investors are asking the question more and more and wonders whether the hybrid agency can really turn a profit before 2020.Nigel Lewis28th September 201803,238 Views One of the UK’s leading shares buying advice services has claimed that investors are becoming more and more sceptical that Purplebricks can truly disrupt the traditional estate agency market.The Motley Fool website is recommending that investors sell the company’s shares and challenges whether Purplebricks will move into profit before 2020, as has been predicted as its overseas expansion continues to eat into its bottom line, as its annual report published yesterday revealed.“As geographic expansion lifts costs and conditions in its UK marketplace worsen, I reckon this prediction is looking a little optimistic right now,” the Motley Fool advice column says.“I would be very tempted to sell Purplebricks today given the possibility of more scary details emerging when it releases its six-month trading update on November 6.”Purplebricks lossesAlthough its UK operation made a £4.2 million profit on revenues of £78 million and saw its instructions rise by 56%, its overall group – which includes its loss-making US and Australian operations – made an overall loss of £24.7 million, up from £6 million last year.Despite the advice from the Motley Fool, which is US based and has been offering private investors financial advice since 1993, the Purplebricks share price increased yesterday by 5%, and has increased by 12.4% over the past week.“We are confident that Purplebricks’ market leadership will continue, given the strength of its brand, the continuing investment into team, technology and processes and our £153m war chest for global growth, following the strategic investment by Axel Springer,” Group CEO Michel Bruce says in its annual report.Purplebricks Michael Bruce The Motley Fool September 28, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

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55% of letting agents say tenants are facing higher rents since fees ban

first_imgThe UK’s leading lettings industry association has claimed that rents are beginning to rise significantly as the predicted outcome of the tenant fees ban begins to roll-out across the housing market.Agents who have reported rising rents increased to its highest proportion during June, the month following the beginning of the fees ban, the latest rental market snapshot from ARLA Propertymark reveals.Fifty-five percent of agents canvassed by the association said they had witnessed landlords increasing rents during June, up from 35% a year ago and 30% in 2017.As The Negotiator reported last week, many landlords are increasing rents as letting agents seek to increase their management fees to make up the fees shortfall following the ban.“Unsurprisingly, rent costs hit a record high in June as tenants suffered the impact of the tenant fee ban,” says David Cox, Chief Executive of ARLA (left).“Ever since the Government proposed the ban, we warned that tenants would continue to pay the same amount, but the cost would be passed onto tenants through increased rents, rather than upfront costs.Cox has also claimed that as well as the fees ban, the proposed abolition of Section 21, coupled with the Mayor of London’s recent call for rent controls, will drive down supply.“In turn this will increase pressure on the sector because it will discourage new landlords from investing in the market, causing rents to rise for tenants as less rental accommodation is available,” he says.ARLA Propertymark rent rises David Cox August 1, 2019Nigel LewisOne commentJulian Blackmore, BNE BNE 1st August 2019 at 11:01 amWell there’s a surprise – to nobody but the government. Supply has plummeted in our area and rents will soar. Hopefully the government will get the message stop meddling and using agents to fix their self made housing problem.Log in to ReplyWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Housing Market » 55% of letting agents say tenants are facing higher rents since fees ban previous nextHousing Market55% of letting agents say tenants are facing higher rents since fees banIndustry association ARLA blames the fees ban squarely on a record number of member agents reporting tenants facing higher rents during June.Nigel Lewis1st August 20191 Comment1,110 Viewslast_img read more

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Property predictions: will 2020 be a ‘Boris bounce’ year?

first_imgHome » News » Agencies & People » Property predictions: will 2020 be a ‘Boris bounce’ year? previous nextHousing MarketProperty predictions: will 2020 be a ‘Boris bounce’ year?The new decade is starting with bags of optimism following the General Election. But does it point to a ‘turning point’ year for property?Nigel Lewis6th January 202002,689 Views Whichever way you look at it, 2020 is going to a momentous year for the property industry.After nearly three years of huge challenges including Brexit, stalling property sales in London and the Home Counties, a fluctuating buy-to-let market, huge changes to Stamp Duty and the tenant fees ban, everyone is hoping that this year will be one in which doing business as an estate agency will become just a little bit easier.Some might call it the ‘Boris bounce’ and this month is already shaping up to be a very busy one as pent-up demand oozes back into the market. But Brexit has a long way to go before it’s ‘done’ despite the political sloganeering, and consumer uncertainty may take a little longer to fully recover.But what do the UK’s most high-profile estate agency leaders think 2020 will deliver. The Negotiator canvassed them for their thoughts.Jason Corbett, Director, Country Sales & Lettings, UK Sothebys International Realty.“Removing ‘what if’ from the narrative and replacing it with the ‘hope’ that we can negotiate well with such a strong majority position in government, must mean that those who have been on pause whilst the question was answered will start to recognise that now, before a big rush and before any growth in the economy pushes interest rates up, must be the best time to buy and to invest,” he says.“Make no mistake, there will be a rush on in the Spring and prices will rise as confidence returns.”Guy Gittins, CEO, Chestertons“A conclusion to Brexit could see the high end London market recover quite quickly as there is considerable unsatisfied buyer demand which has built up over several years,” he says.“London remains a highly attractive location for international buyers who intend to hold onto properties for the long term. Its transparent property law, clear title on property and haven status are undiminished.”Gideon Sumption of Stacks Property Search“One way or another, 2020 will bring some political and economic resolution. Whatever that result is, we will see a rush of buyers and sellers as the bottle neck of pent-up demand is released. Expect a busy year,” he says.Mike Scott, Chief Property Analyst, Yopa“Next year is likely to be another difficult year politically as Brexit continues to dominate the agenda, and this is bound to affect the housing market,” he says.“There may well be a ‘false dawn’ at some point in the year when the issue seems to be settled, which could give a short-term boost to market activity, but this is unlikely to last long.“On the other hand, the underlying economic factors are still good, with low interest rates, lenders who are keen to lend, low unemployment and rising wages, so we don’t expect any kind of a crash in house prices.”Paul Clarke, co-founder of new agency Mr & Mrs Clarke“After a tumultuous end to last year and with many taking a ‘wait and see’ approach due to the election and Brexit, the domestic, national property market is brimming with cautious optimism,” he says.“January 2020 will likely see ‘would be’ 2019 vendors dipping their toes in and putting their homes on the market, especially pre-Budget in February – we therefore expect positive stock momentum especially in key commuter locations of Birmingham and the West Midlands as well as Manchester and across the North West, which are expected to rise the most due to city regeneration and investment.”Nicola Thompson, director at Adair Paxton, Leeds“Certainty in government always increases confidence in the housing market, so the overall Conservative majority in the election is very welcome news.“A lot of landlords had been considering selling their portfolios under a Labour government, because some of the party’s proposals for the investment and buy to let market, would be potentially being catastrophic for landlords. This also means we’re likely to see renewed interest from investors in 2020.”Patrick McCutcheon, head of residential at Dacre, Son & Hartley“Without question there is significant pent up demand and my view, providing clear direction continues in respect of Brexit at the end of January, is that demand will now make itself felt through actual acquisitions; and those purchases will also release a fresh wave of property in to the market place,” he says.Dominic Agace, CEO of Winkworth“Stamp duty and affordability remain issues for many but there is also a considerable amount of pent up demand from those who have been awaiting more certainty over the future of the country and which we expect to convert to an increase in activity early next year,” he says.“This could lead to a price increase in London of around 2-3% but will remain broadly flat elsewhere in the country where prices haven’t seen the levels of reduction experienced in London.“There is still a way to go for the market to recover, but overall we’re positive following this result and as always, we have confidence in the markets in which we operate.”Mike Bickerton, Head of UK New Homes at Cushman & Wakefield“We feel that the compelling nature of the election result will give buyers more confidence in the market going forward. We expect to see a marked increase in activity and sales in the first quarter of 2020. Help To Buy will continue to be a popular choice for many. We anticipate that there will be an influx of sales as purchasers rush to buy before changes to the scheme are implemented in 2021.”Chris Osmond, Sales Director at JOHNS&CO“We envisage average capital growth of up to 4% from 2019, bolstered by the relative clarity regarding the UK’s political direction following the election, which has given renewed confidence to buyers. “That said, the psychology of improved perceived market conditions can lead to a widening in the expectation-gap between buyers and vendors, which could result in a stalemate in conditions.       Gideon Sumption Nicola Thompson Mr & Mrs Clarke guy gittins Jason Corbett Son & Hartley patrick mccutcheon Adair Paxton Chestertons sothebys international Stacks Property Search Dacre January 6, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

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Humberts in discussions with several new franchisees as it eyes expansion

first_imgHome » News » Agencies & People » Humberts in discussions with several new franchisees as it eyes expansion previous nextAgencies & PeopleHumberts in discussions with several new franchisees as it eyes expansionA month after the four existing franchisees bought the directly-controlled sister business out of administration, its directors are looking for new blood.Nigel Lewis19th February 20200596 Views The company behind the Humberts estate agency brand has told The Negotiator that it is in discussions with several independent estate agents about taking on one of its franchises.Duncan Ley (pictured, below), who operates its Cornish franchise based in Truro, says nothing has been finalised yet but that there has been a good response from potential franchisees during initial talks.He is one of the four directors of Humberts Group Limited which last month bought the directly-operated part of Humberts out of administration for an undisclosed sum.This part of the company including its goodwill, trading name, lettings book, and the intellectual property of the brand were all purchased and the overall business is now looking to expand.As well as the ongoing discussions, Humberts is now actively looking for more franchisees and has launched a page on its website offering an opportunity for entrepreneurs to open their own office in selected strategic locations, and run their own businesses trading as Humberts.“We are seeking agents, with ambition to expand and link in with our existing offices across the country,” it says.“Whether your discipline is residential sales, lettings, commercial, farm or land management, or undertaking professional valuations, we would like to talk to you.”The franchises are being offered initially as licences to operate in a chosen area as Humberts and then, after up to five years, purchase the area ‘in perpetuity’.Humberts already has franchises operating in Sussex, Devon, Suffolk, Norfolk, Kent, Yorkshire and Somerset/Wiltshire.Find out more.   Duncan Ley Humberts Group Limited Humberts February 19, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

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Former Reeds Rains agent launches moving services referral platform

first_imgHome » News » Former Reeds Rains agent launches moving services referral platform previous nextProducts & ServicesFormer Reeds Rains agent launches moving services referral platformTom Gilbert says Sort Move makes the home-moving process faster and offers agents the opportunity to earn transparent referral fees.Nigel Lewis17th August 20200605 Views A home-moving services platform has launched that enables agent to earn fees from referring customers to conveyancing, survey, specialist property reports and EPC inspections from an online suite.Called Sort Move, it is being launched by Tom Gilbert, a former estate agent with a 16-year track record at LSL including several senior positions at Reed Rains prior to joining Sort Move two years ago to help shape its offering.“We are not ‘disrupting’ or ‘changing the game’, we are simply providing a new platform for our agent networks as we have listened to what they want,” he says.Sort Move provides a digital hub of products and services designed to add value to the customer journey and provide another income stream for the agent, through fair and transparent referral fees.Beta testingThe service is also currently beta testing a Fast-Start client onboarding product that will enable buyers and sellers to be securely signed up with security and speed in mind including digital protocol forms, biometric ID and digital signatures, and help improve pipeline conversion.“Our industry has been evolving at pace and the impact of the pandemic has in no doubt accelerated this,” says Gilbert.“Agents and their clients want a seamless journey from the moment an agency agreement is signed. An experience that offers a balanced blend of innovative technology and central support to allow them to move forward no matter where or when.“Sort Move is well placed to help achieve this as it’s group is powered by award winning in-house IT and services which has earned a solid reputation for SortRefer in the challenging broker intermediary market.tom Gilbert Sort Move Reeds Rains August 17, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

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Propertymark slams new evictions rules as ‘moving the goal posts’

first_imgThe government has announced new modifications to its evictions policy including a ‘Christmas truce’ and a total ban within any existing or future local lockdowns, if they include a prohibition on gathering in homes.But these changes for England and Wales, where the ban is due to run out on September 21st, have been slammed by ARLA Propertymark as ‘moving the goal posts’ and ‘difficult for many agents and landlords to implement’.“Over the past few weeks the Government has drip-fed updates about evictions to the sector making it impossible for agents to respond and plan for the difficult months ahead,” it says.Propertymark also claims the new measures mean that the government “must now look at additional measures to provide direct finance to landlords and tenants to cover Covid related arrears and help boost confidence in the sector as we head into the winter”.“Whilst it looks like there will no further delays on the resumption of possession hearings, agents have profound concerns about investment in housing and this announcement offers no further support for the sector.”ExemptionsThe has also confirmed that – barring a U-turn – it does not intend to extend the blanket ban past September 21st. It has also set out exemptions to the new rules, which will allow evictions if a tenant has been involved in anti-social behaviour, domestic violence, certain crimes including fraud and extreme rent arrears.Ministers have also made an additional £40 million available within its Discretionary Housing Payments fund which councils use to support the most vulnerable tenants.“It’s right that we strike a balance between protecting vulnerable renters and ensuring landlords whose tenants have behaved in illegal or anti-social ways have access to justice,” says Housing secretary Robert Jenrick.“Our legislation means such cases will be subject to shorter notice periods and then prioritised through the judiciary’s new court processes.”evictions ban Robert Jenrick ARLA Propertymark September 11, 2020Nigel LewisOne commentRyck , Ryck Ryck 11th September 2020 at 2:07 pmSo you rent out your property which you bought with your hard earned money and now because your circumstances have changed you want to move into the property.But what the hell! you cannot get rid of the tenants by giving them the 2 months notice as written in the tenancy agreement (a legal document that should be enforceable by law). Or the tenants have overstayed their tenancy term and still you are unable to evict them.So great you have to suffer and probably suffer financially as well. It’s just not right.If I rent a hotel room for a week or month I have no right to overstay! So what’s the difference. The difference is that Tenancy Agreements as legal documents are worthless because the Government simply over rides them whenever they see fit.Way back the Government built Council houses to accommodate people but that has declined dramatically as they fall back and rely upon the private sector to fill the gap.Log in to ReplyWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Propertymark slams new evictions rules as ‘moving the goal posts’ previous nextRegulation & LawPropertymark slams new evictions rules as ‘moving the goal posts’Trade association says new ‘Xmas truce’ and ban on evictions within local lock-downs will be difficult to implement for many letting agents.Nigel Lewis11th September 20201 Comment1,638 Viewslast_img read more

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Royal Norwegian Navy Gets Two REMUS 100 AUVs from Hydroid

first_img April 29, 2011 Back to overview,Home naval-today Royal Norwegian Navy Gets Two REMUS 100 AUVs from Hydroid View post tag: Norwegian View post tag: Navy Hydroid, Inc., a subsidiary of Kongsberg Maritime, the leading manufacturer of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs), announced that it has delivered two REMUS 100 AUVs to the Royal Norwegian Navy (RNoN). The REMUS AUVs were procured by the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organization (NDLO) Naval Systems Contracting Division on behalf the RNoN. These REMUS vehicles will further enhance the RNoN mine countermeasure capability.“We are pleased to be able to collaborate with the Royal Norwegian Navy, which has once again selected REMUS for its shallow water AUV capability,” said Graham Lester, Director of Hydroid Europe. “REMUS vehicles have been proven to withstand the harsh conditions associated with Norwegian waters, so these systems are ideal for the Royal Norwegian Navy.The REMUS 100 is a compact, light-weight, autonomous underwater vehicle designed for operation in coastal environments up to 100 meters in depth. The vehicle can be configured to include a wide variety of standard and/or customer specified sensors and system options to meet unique autonomous mission requirements.“The REMUS 100 is the U.S. Navy’s tool of choice for shallow water mine counter measure operations,” said Christopher von Alt, President and one of the co-founders of Hydroid. “The system’s technology and versatility is helping to keep humans out of minefields worldwide, and we’re confident it’s an excellent choice for the Royal Norwegian Navy as well.”Hydroid’s REMUS AUVs are modular and may be fitted with a large number of different types of sensors and have been used to aid in hydrographic surveys, harbor security operations, debris field mapping, scientific sampling and mapping, as well as many basic and applied research programs funded by ONR, DARPA and the United Kingdom Ministry of Defense. With over 200 vehicles in the field, Hydroid is currently the AUV market leader with systems in use around the world.[mappress]Source: kongsberg, April 29, 2011 View post tag: AUVs View post tag: 100 View post tag: gets View post tag: Hydroid View post tag: News by topic Share this article Royal Norwegian Navy Gets Two REMUS 100 AUVs from Hydroid Equipment & technology View post tag: REMUS View post tag: Royal View post tag: two View post tag: Navallast_img read more

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ST Marine, Swedish Kockums Form JVC Fortis Marine Solutions

first_img View post tag: marine ST Marine, Swedish Kockums Form JVC Fortis Marine Solutions Industry news April 3, 2012 View post tag: Naval Back to overview,Home naval-today ST Marine, Swedish Kockums Form JVC Fortis Marine Solutions View post tag: Swedish View post tag: form View post tag: Kockums View post tag: JVC View post tag: St. View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Fortis Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (ST Engineering) today announced that its marine arm, Singapore Technologies Marine Ltd (ST Marine), has partnered with Swedish Kockums AB (Kockums) to form a joint venture company (JVC) called Fortis Marine Solutions Pte. Ltd. (Fortis Marine Solutions).ST Marine will hold 51% stake in Fortis Marine Solutions and Kockums the remaining 49% stake. ST Marine and Kockums will inject $510,000 and $490,000 respectively as equity into the new JVC. Consequent to its incorporation, Fortis Marine Solutions is now a subsidiary of ST Marine.ST Marine and Kockums have a long standing partnership managing several contracts for the Republic of Singapore Navy’s (RSN) submarines. The RSN’s Challenger and Archer classes of submarines were designed, constructed, tropicalised and delivered by Kockums; while ST Marine has been providing up to Depot level maintenance of the submarines. The JVC is formed with the primary objective of providing a higher level in-country capability in the refitting and life cycle support services for the submarine fleet of RSN.“Kockums is proud to have been supplying the RSN with advanced naval solutions, since 1995. Fortis Marine Solutions is an important widening of our activities in Singapore and a strong sign of our long-term commitment to provide the RSN with the best support throughout the life time of our products. We look forward to establish this in-country capability together with our qualified partner ST Marine.” ~ Ola ALFREDSSON, Chief Executive Officer, Kockums AB“We are confident that the design and systems engineering capability of Kockums, combined with ST Marine’s skilled workforce capability will result in maintenance regimes that ensure high availability, safety and readiness for RSN.” ~ NG Sing Chan, President, ST Marine[mappress]Naval Today Staff , April 03, 2012; Image: mindef View post tag: solutions Share this articlelast_img read more

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NAVSTA Rota and Spain Celebrate 60 Years of Partnership

first_img View post tag: Navy View post tag: NAVSTA NAVSTA Rota and Spain Celebrate 60 Years of Partnership View post tag: years View post tag: Spain September 30, 2013 View post tag: Defense View post tag: celebrate View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Rotacenter_img View post tag: Defence View post tag: partnership Naval Station Rota, Spain and Base Naval de Rota commemorated 60 years of partnership in Rota between the United States and Spain, during a daylong celebration aboard Naval Station Rota, Spain, Sept. 26.The celebration started mid-morning with static displays and ship tours followed by an evening ceremony that featured a combined pass and review. The night ended with a U.S – Spanish party with music, food and entertainment that represented both nations.Guest speakers included U.S. Ambassador to Spain and Andorra, James Costos and Spanish navy Admiral of Naval Action Vice Adm. Juan Rodriguez Garat.“Our Spanish friends have truly been ambassadors for their country, and very good ones at that,” said Costos. “It is very hard to find an American who has served at Rota with a bad thing to say about Spain.”Garat said base leadership is extremely proud of each and every service member, family member and civilian employee who gives their time and efforts toward the success of the base.“We don’t really need events like this to make it stronger, because we are vital to [the United States] just as they are vital to us. But these events do support the stability of this strong relationship,” said Garat. “It was clear in both my speech and the Ambassador’s that we are extremely proud of the achievements of this naval base. I think it has relevant capabilities; it is important toward our collective defense and our future. In the future, we will have to continue to work as hard as our predecessors to make sure the base continues to be relevant and useful.”Naval Station Rota was established in 1953, following the signing of an agreement for facilities use between the United States and Spain. The agreement required two years of surveys, negotiations and planning which led to ground breaking on the base in 1955.[mappress]Press Release, September 30, 2013; Image: US Navy Training & Education View post tag: Naval Back to overview,Home naval-today NAVSTA Rota and Spain Celebrate 60 Years of Partnership View post tag: 60 Share this articlelast_img read more

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USA: Naval Health Clinic Quantico Executive Officer Relieved

first_imgCommanding Officer, Naval Health Clinic Quantico (NHCQ), relieved Capt. Thomas Craig, executive officer, Naval Health Clinic Quantico, Nov. 26.Capt. Kathy Becker, commanding officer, NHCQ cited a loss of confidence in Craig’s ability to lead and identified command climate issues followingresults of the annual command climate survey and a follow on command investigation.Craig had been assigned as the executive officer since June 2013, and has been reassigned to the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery in Falls Church, Va. Patient safety and security were not adversely affected and were not a factor in the decision. No impact to the medical care at NHCQ is expected.NHCQ is the National Capital Area’s largest clinic command and provided comprehensive healthcare services and 13,000 fleet training hours to 58 commands, fleet and contingency operations and beneficiary population of over 100,000 across two states and the District of Columbia.[mappress]Press Release, November 28, 2013; Image: Indian Navy Share this article Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: Naval Health Clinic Quantico Executive Officer Relieved USA: Naval Health Clinic Quantico Executive Officer Relievedcenter_img November 28, 2013 Authoritieslast_img read more

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