The full series of events planned for National Conveyancing Week (NCW), which takes place between the 11th and 15th March 2024, has been announced.

NCW is a week-long series of online meetings and events designed to raise the profile of conveyancing, improve understanding of the home moving process, and create strong and beneficial working relationships between all stakeholders.

The full calendar of sessions has now been announced and covers:
  • Monday 11th March (am) – Material and Upfront Information and the Opportunity for Conveyancing – a session featuring representatives from the National Trading Standards Estate and Letting Agents Team on the requirements of the new material information guidance and implications across the property sector.
  • Monday 11th March (pm) – Creating a Digital Property Market and the Role of Conveyancers – a discussion to learn more about the way in which HM Land Registry, the Home Buying and Selling Group, the Digital Property Market Steering Group and Government are working together to develop the strategy for the continued digitisation of the property transaction.
  • Tuesday 12th March (am) – Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Property Sector – a discussion on how to provide a positive employee experience.
  • Tuesday 12th March (pm and evening) – the British Conveyancing Awards in-person or online.
  • Wednesday 13th March (am) – ‘Collaboration Coffee Morning’ – conveyancing firms are encouraged to open their doors and invite and engage with a wide range of stakeholders including consumers, referrers, mortgage advisers, and estate agents.
  • Wednesday 13th March (pm) – What do consumers really think about moving home? Alongside HomeOwners Alliance, NCW will look at the results of its exclusive consumer sentiment survey focused on the consumer understanding of conveyancing and the role of the conveyancer in the home purchase/sale process.
  • Thursday 14th March (am) – Mike Harlow, HM Land Registry’s Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Customer and Strategy, will be in conversation with Rob Hailstone.
  • Thursday 14th March (pm) – The Economics of the Property Market and What Might happen next – a research presentation from Frances McDonald of Savills.
  • Friday 15th March (late pm) – ‘Wine’d Down’ a chance to assess NCW, and discuss the week with NCW organisers and the conveyancing community.

All law firms active in the conveyancing process are now able to register their involvement and commitment to taking part in NCW for free, and register for all or some of the sessions. Supporters and sponsors of NCW will also be hosting their own wide range of events during the week, covering further industry-focused topics. Each event can be accessed via the NCW website,

Each registered law firm has their logo and website link listed on the NCW website, with, hosting a range of assets they can use online to promote NCW and their involvement.

All sessions taking place during NCW will be recorded and made available via the NCW YouTube channel, while anyone involved in the week can use, and follow, the social media hashtag #NatConveyWk2024 for ongoing updates.

NCW has also announced a host of commercial sponsors whose contributions have made it possible to share the free promotional packs and put on the series of events taking place throughout the week.

The sponsors contributing so far are: Access Legal, Actionstep, Bold Legal Group, Cashroom, Chimni Property Logbooks, Coadjute, The Conveyancing Foundation, Dye & Durham, Dual Asset, The ESTAS, Groundsure, Infotrack, Landmark Information Group, LEAP, Movin’ Legal, Ochresoft, Optimus, Perfect Portal, PEXA, Searchflow, tmgroup, and Today’s Media.

Rob Hailstone, Organiser of National Conveyancing Week and Chief Executive of the Bold Legal Group, commented:

“With NCW just a few weeks away, we’re pleased to be able to announce the full series of seminars, presentations, and sessions which will be available to all throughout the five days. We’ve tried to put together events which focus on some of the key conveyancing and property market issues of the day, plus look at areas which are vitally important to firms themselves, for example, mental health and wellbeing.

“Registration is now open for all sessions via the NCW website, and we’re also delighted to hear many firms are planning their ‘Collaboration Coffee Mornings’ which will give them an opportunity to open their doors to all stakeholders in order to help grow existing relationships and generate new ones.

“We’ve very excited about NCW and we are encouraging all conveyancing firms to register, get involved and help highlight the excellent work in this sector and its vital importance to the UK home buying and selling market.”

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