Cladding and its impact on enfranchisement will be the subject of the upcoming annual Spring Lecture delivered by the Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners (ALEP). The lecture will take place online
Cladding and its impact on enfranchisement will be the subject of the upcoming annual Spring Lecture delivered by the Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners (ALEP).
The lecture will take place online in two 90-minute sessions over the course of Wednesday 3 and Thursday 4 March. Both days will begin at 3pm and consist of a lecture and a Q&A session.
The lecture will be hosted by ALEP Director, Mark Chick and ALEP has brought together a host of industry experts to speak about the impact of cladding including:
- Dr Nigel Glen, CEO of the Association of Residential Managing Agents (ARMA)
- Fiona Haggett, Head of Valuation at Barclays UK
- Dr Jonathan Evans, CEO of Ash and Lacy Building Systems
- James Sandham, Barrister at Selborne Chambers
- Justin Bates, Barrister at Landmark Chambers
- Anna Favre, Partner at Cripps Pemberton Greenish
- Colin Horton, Managing Director of Hortons Valuers
- Piers Harrison, Barrister at Tanfield Chambers
- Mark Wilson, Managing Director of myleasehold
- Chris Macartney, Partner at Bishop & Sewell
- Richard Murphy, Director at Richard John Clarke
- Clive Scrivener, Partner at Scrivener Tibbatts
On the second day of the lecture, the discussion will focus on the effect that cladding issues will have on leaseholders, enfranchisement and valuation and the impact of the recently announced government reforms to the residential leasehold sector. Both days will conclude with a Q&A session to allow delegates to debate the issues that have been discussed.
Tickets are now on sale for the lecture for members and non-members. Please visit https://www.alep.org.uk/event/58/the-alep-spring-lecture-2021-book-now for more information.
March 3 (Wednesday) - April 4 (Sunday)