Regional heavyweight law firm Dutton Gregory has been awarded membership of the Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners (ALEP) following the recent growth and successes the firm has seen within its leasehold property services.
ALEP is the professional body for practitioners experienced in the residential leasehold sector, ensuring a level of conduct and service delivered by its members. 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.
This announcement comes as the firm’s Residential Property department continues to see high growth and success. The department has also recently celebrated new appointments in its Southampton office as well as being finalists in the Portsmouth News Business Excellence 2019 ‘Team of the Year’ award.
Senior Leasehold Property Executive Carly Hanlon said, “We’re delighted with this latest announcement. ALEP awarding the firm with membership is a testament to the hard work, dedication and expertise carried out for all of our clients.”
Residential Property Partner Paul Sams added, “This is fantastic news and showcases the level of service delivered to our clients. Congratulations to the team for this recognition of the extensive work they carry out for leasehold property matters.”
Dutton Gregory’s leasehold services include lease extensions, collective enfranchisement, right of first refusal, right to manage claims and more. If you’re interested in finding out more, call your nearest office or email email@example.com.