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Property Redress Scheme staff member rumbles with the Agents

A Property Redress Scheme (PRS) member of staff has joined Landlord Action founder, Paul Shamplina’s ‘Rumble with the Agents’ white collar boxing event. Property professionals from all over the industry will be taking it out in the ring in aid of charity.


PRS Membership Officer Adam Wallace has volunteered to be one of the contestants in the ring in aid of the Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice. Adam has recently been to his first training session at the renowned Peacock Gym in East London and has hugely enjoyed the experience.



He said: “I’m a complete novice in boxing, but the coaching that Paul Shamplina and his team provide is really great and I can’t wait for the event in May. The whole PRS team are really excited that I’m competing this year and I hope to raise awareness of the good work the people at Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice are doing. Let’s just hope I don’t get knocked out in the first round.”



Paul Shamplina, known to many for his appearances in the Channel 5 “Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords” series and founder of Landlord Action, is a keen boxing enthusiast himself and set up the event as he saw parallels between the competitive world of the property industry and boxing.


Paul Shamplina is also a member of the Advisory Council of the PRS. He said: “The PRS do important work in making sure estate and letting agents comply with their legal duty to be a member of a redress scheme and I’m happy to contribute to that work by sitting on the Advisory Council. I’m absolutely delighted Adam has volunteered for this year’s Rumble. It’s such a great night and I’m sure he’ll love it.”



The event takes place on Thursday 26 May at The Holiday Inn, 58 Regents Park Road, London, N3 3JN. If you would like to sponsor Adam, please go to  to donate. 


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