What is Leasehold Enfranchisement?
Leasehold enfranchisement includes the processes of lease extension, freehold acquisition and correction of management problems within leasehold properties. ALEP exists to ensure that practitioners involved in this sector adhere to an agreed level of conduct and service.
Membership of this professional association is a badge of assurance to leaseholders and freeholders that they can be sure of a consistently high level of service, integrity and professionalism.
ALEP is the professional body for practitioners experienced in the residential leasehold sector and provides for its members:
- Full calendar of events and conferences
- Connections to leaseholders and freeholders requiring services
- A forum for member organisations to exchange ideas in order to increase standards throughout the sector
- Representation of members' interests to government, the press, other associations and the consumers
ALEP provides access to information on leasehold law and your rights as a leaseholder. ALEP represents trusted and vetted practitioners experienced in the residential leasehold sector who will provide you with all the services you need to tackle any leasehold enfranchisement issues.
ALEP members act for either freeholders or leaseholders and in some instances for both. ALEP is not politically aligned and does not lobby either for or against freeholders, but in the general interests of the sector.
ALEP's lead sponsor, Kerry London, is pleased to offer an exclusive service and discount for ALEP members to undertake the insurance element of their enfranchisement work.
Meet the ALEP Team
ALEP is run by its four Directors, an Advisory Committee and an Executive Committee. A team of communications, finance and administrative staff works alongside the committees to manage the Association on a daily basis.
How ALEP Works
ALEP exists to ensure that barristers, managing agents, project managers, solicitors and valuers involved in leasehold enfranchisement adhere to an agreed level of conduct and service.