ALEP was set up in 2007 in response to concerns raised by owners of leasehold properties who wanted reassurance that the people they were dealing with were reputable. Freeholders also require this reassurance.
Where you see the ALEP logo you can be sure of a consistently high level of service. To qualify for membership of ALEP, enfranchisement practitioners such as barristers, managing agents, project managers, solicitors and valuers, must prove they reach an agreed standard of competence. They must also commit to high professional standards, integrity, quality customer service and a high level of market knowledge.
You can be confident that any firm that is a member of ALEP will be experienced and competent in matters related to leasehold enfranchisement, in particular lease extensions and freehold acquisitions.
If you experience anything less than a high standard from any one of our members, we want to know. Contact ALEP and let us know how that member may have come up short. If you have a great experience, then make sure you also let us and the member know.