Please note that as a professional membership association, ALEP is unable to provide advice or costs directly.

You may have arrived at these pages as you have questions or require further information specific to your circumstances.

All ALEP members have been fully vetted and will be able to provide you with information during an initial telephone conversation as how best to approach your particular situation.

You can search for barristers, managing agents, project managers, solicitors or valuers via our practitioner pages here.

Correspondence address:

The Workshop
32-40 Tontine Street
CT20 1JU


Please note that our office is not manned full-time. 

Registered Office

Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners Limited

Unit 1a, Park Farm Road, Folkestone CT19 5EY

Company number: 6262300, 
Registered in England and Wales

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For general enquiries:

The ALEP office can be contacted:

Tel: 0203 488 8790 (local call rates apply)

Please note that ALEP is not an advice service and, as a professional membership association, we are unable to provide advice or costs directly. Please contact an ALEP member directly.  

“ALEP has built up significant trust in the market over the past 15 years, and membership confers many benefits. Firstly, it adds credibility to member firms, thanks to ALEP’s stringent vetting processes, which assure quality control for practitioners and consumers alike. Secondly, by running really informative events, seminars and training sessions, the Association makes a very positive contribution to spreading best practice and knowledge throughout the sector. Finally, the numerous networking events on offer throughout the year provide vital opportunities for practitioners to meet, socialise and discuss the key issues facing the sector.”

Anna Favre, Partner, Cripps and ALEP Senior Committee Member

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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.