The British Conveyancing Awards

15th March 2022

YOUR Conveyancing Awards; recognising the very best of the conveyancing industry

The British Conveyancing Awards, sponsored by Dye & Durham, brought the conveyancing industry together en masse for the first time in 2022 in a celebration of excellence up and down the country. Hosted in the very heart of Westminster at the fabulous Church House, the awards showcased the cream of the conveyancing crop through a hybrid ceremony attended by over 800 people.  

Having been run wholly online in 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2022 ceremony was a hybrid event with the sold-out in person ceremony hosting 300 people, and over 500 tuning in to watch the live stream.  

The 2022 ceremony was all about looking ahead at what 2022 and beyond will bring for the conveyancing industry.  Categories such as “Technology Enabler of the Year,” sponsored by Armalytix and “Conveyancing Collaborators of the Year,” sponsored by PEXA sought to showcase how technology is influencing the way we work while “Outstanding Employee Experience,” sponsored by inCase, sought to showcase how organisations have responded to the “new normal”. 

Tapping into the spirit of collaboration and togetherness fostered over the past two years through the pandemic this year saw two new industry nominated awards introduced. Conveyancing Firm of the Year – National, sponsored by Groundsure and the Today’s Conveyancer Industry Champion, sponsored by Move Reports.

Both categories received nominations from around the industry before a final shortlist went to a public vote with the winners announced live on the night. Thomas Legal and Richard Mathias respectively were recognised by their peers with over 2500 votes cast between the two categories.  

This year the awards partnered with The Conveyancing Foundation to promote the “Be Kind We Care” initiative, championing the mental health and well-being of conveyancers.

The charity raffle raised £4718.75 for its partner charities LawCare, Agents Together and the Mindstep Foundation.

You can find out more about the work of The Conveyancing Foundation here:

Our Host

The awards were hosted by multi-award-winning journalist and broadcaster; Samira Ahmed. She is the presenter of Front Row on Radio 4 and the weekly programme Newswatch on BBC One. She also presented the three part series, The Art of Persia, filmed in Iran, for BBC Four which broadcast in June.