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National Conference 2017 - Save the date

Date: 9 February 2017
155 Bishopgate 
Liverpool Street

To register your interest please email

The NAEA National Conference promises to be a must attend event if you work within estate agent industry in the UK. This essential date for your diary will give you an insight into key industry issues and inform you about the latest trends and developments.

Business owners, senior management and specialists from across a wide variety of customer facing roles attend the conference as they know they’ll benefit enormously from the expertise of our keynote speakers, learning about latest business trends, and by receiving updates on the current political landscape and legislative issues.

Delegates include members of NAEA, ARLA and other professional bodies associated with estate agency. In addition, non-members and all others associated with the industry are welcome to attend.

Planning is well underway for the 2017 event which will be held on 9 February at 155 Bishopsgate in London, bookmark this page for updates or email our events team to register your interest in the event.


What happened last year?

The 2016 NAEA National Conference (formerly the NAEA National London Forum) was held on 23 February at the Lancaster Hotel. The event which was in its fourth year was our biggest national conference to date, living up to the promise that this was going to be the must attend event of 2016 for people working with our industry.

Photos from the Day

London forum banners

Bosch Exhibitor

Online vs High Street Debate

Woman Laughing

Financial Crime Panel

Conference Crowd

Bosch Tools Demo

Taking Notes

Bosch Laser

Tony Anderson

Exhibtion Area


Our 2016 Sponsors

David Phillips

David Phillips is the UK's largest and most resourceful design-led furniture and specialist services provider, working with property professionals to make the most of their investment.

Bosch Logo

Bosch measuring tools offer outstanding precision guaranteeing the most accurate results and the greatest ease of use. Estate agents have a legal responsibility under the Property Misdescriptions Act to ensure that measurements are accurate.

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