Award Finalists 2016

Enfranchisement and Right To Manage Awards 2016 – Finalists Announced!

We are delighted to announce the Finalists for the 2016 Enfranchisement and Right to Manage Awards. This year has been an exceedingly busy and demanding year with ever increasing interest in enfranchisement and right to manage claims. Practitioners have displayed and implemented an exceptional quality of work in the industry and we are looking forward to recognising and celebrating these high levels of performance with you on the 8th June at The Hurlingham Club, London.

We received a significant amount of entries for this year’s Enfranchisement and Right to Manage Awards, demonstrating the dedication and passion (and competitive nature!) of those working in the industry. The independent judging panel have come to an agreement after individually scrutinising each entry submitted.

This year we gave you the opportunity to act as the 5th Judge once again, with your chance to state from the shortlist who you would like to see win in each category. Your vote contributes to 25% of the overall score with the judges holding the other 75%.

We are excited to share below the Judges’ list of Finalists, shortlisted from all entries received.

Solicitor of the Year

Finalists:
Anna Favre of Pemberton Greenish LLP
Eleanor Murray of CMS Cameron McKenna LLP
Emily Fitzpatrick of Hart Brown Solicitors
John Stephenson of Bircham Dyson Bell
Mark Chick of Bishop and Sewell LLP
Simon Masters of CG Naylor LLP
Tim Morgan of ODT Solicitors


Solicitors Firm of the Year

Finalists:
Bishop and Sewell LLP
Brethertons LLP
CG Naylor LLP
CMS Cameron McKenna LLP
ODT Solicitors
Pemberton Greenish LLP
SA Law


Barrister of the Year

Sponsored by

Pemberton Greenish logo

 

 

The Winner will be announced on the night of the awards.


Chambers of the Year

Finalists:
Falcon Chambers
Tanfield Chambers


Expert Witness of the Year

Finalists:
Einar Roberts of Cluttons LLP
John Byers of LBB Chartered Surveyors
Vanda Kelsey of Knight Frank LLP


Valuer of the Year

Sponsored by

JPC Law

 

 

 

Finalists:
Jeremy Dharmasena of Knight Frank LLP
Justin Shingles of Justin Shingles Ltd.
Prosper Marr-Johnson of Marr-Johnson & Stevens


Valuers of the Year

Sponsored by

Wallace LLP

 

 

Finalists:
Cluttons LLP
Leasehold Valuers LLP
Marr-Johnson & Stevens
McDowalls Surveyors Limited
myleasehold Ltd
Savills


Young Professional of the Year

Sponsored by

HowardKennedy_logo

 

 

Finalists:
Emily Fitzpatrick of Hart Brown Solicitors
George Calvert of Pemberton Greenish LLP
Iris-Ann Stapleton of Streathers Solicitors LLP
Louise Uphill of Blake Morgan LLP
Rachel George of Bircham Dyson Bell


Regional Professional of the Year

Finalists:
Cassandra Zanelli of Taylor&Emmet LLP
Emily Fitzpatrick of Hart Brown Solicitors
Harriet Thornton of LCF Law
Landlord and Tenant Department of ODT Solicitors
Leasehold Team of Thackray Williams LLP
Roger Hardwick of Brethertons LLP
Tim Morgan of ODT Solicitors


Outstanding Achievement Award

Sponsored by

 

 

 

 

The Winner will be announced on the night of the awards.


Other event sponsors:


Table gift sponsors:

Bircham Dyson Bell

 

 

Reception sponsor:

Charles Russell Speechly logo

 

 

 

Bar sponsor:

Forsters logo

 

 

 

Please click here to view the Enfranchisement and Right To Manage Awards 2015 winners.

 

 

The Awards are kindly supported by:

ALEP logo

 

 

 

 

FPRA logo

 

 

 

 

RICS logo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Award Winners 2015

The Enfranchisement & Right to Manage Awards brought together 340 people from the industry. We would like to congratulate all the finalists and offer extended congratulations to the winners and highly commended winners.

The Winners are:

Barrister of the Year
Sponsored by

Pemberton Greenish logo

Winner: Thomas Jefferies of Landmark Chambers

Highly Commended: Anthony Radevsky of Falcon Chambers, Piers Harrison of Tanfield Chambers

Finalists: Anthony Radevsky of Falcon Chambers, Gary Cowen of Falcon Chambers, Piers Harrison of Tanfield Chambers and Thomas Jefferies of Landmark Chambers

Chambers of the Year
Sponsored by

Cluttons

Winner: Falcon Chambers

Highly Commended: Tanfield Chambers

Finalists: Falcon Chambers and Tanfield Chambers

Solicitor of the Year
Sponsored by

Landmark Chambers

Winner: Yashmin Mistry of JPC Law

Highly Commended: Ash Oberoi of Housing and Property Law Partnership, Katherine Simpson of Pemberton Greenish,  Mark Vinall of Winckworth Sherwood

Finalists: Ash Oberoi of Housing and Property Law Partnership, Katherine Simpson of Pemberton Greenish, Mark Chick of Bishop and Sewell, Mark Vinall of Winckworth Sherwood, Roger Hardwick of Brethertons, Tim Morgan of ODT Solicitors and Yashmin Mistry of JPC Law

Solicitors Firm of the Year
Sponsored by

Tanfield logo 2014

Winner: Bishop and Sewell

Highly Commended: Forsters, Housing and Property Law Partnership

Finalists: Bishop and Sewell, Brethertons, Charles Russell Speechlys, Forsters and Housing and Property Law Partnership

Valuer of the Year
Sponsored by

JPC Law

Winner: Oliver French of Savills 

Highly Commended: Justin Shingles of Justin Shingles Ltd.

Finalists: Alison Stone of Prickett and Ellis, Charlie Coombs of Gerald Eve, Justin Shingles of Justin Shingles Ltd., Oliver French of Savills and Vanda Kelsey of Knight Frank

Valuers of the Year
Sponsored by

Wallace LLP

Winner: Knight Frank

Highly Commended: myleasehold

Finalists: Knight Frank and myleasehold

Regional Professional of the Year

Winner: Emily Fitzpatrick of Dean Wilson LLP

Highly Commended: Roger Hardwick of Brethertons, Vikki Herbert of Thackray Williams

Finalists: Emily Fitzpatrick of Dean Wilson LLP, Harriet Thornton of LCF Law, Roger Hardwick of Brethertons, Tim Morgan of ODT Solicitors and Vikki Herbert of Thackray Williams

Young Professional of the Year

Winner: Harriet Thornton of

Highly Commended: George Coleman of Pemberton Greenish, Vikki Herbert of Thackray Williams

Finalists: George Coleman of Pemberton Greenish, Harriet Thornton of LCF Law, Louise Uphill of Piper Smith Watton, Naomi Heathcote of Charles Russell Speechlys, Rob Marchbank of Boodle Hatfield and Vikki Herbert of Thackray Williams

Expert Witness of the Year
Sponsored by

Charles Russell Speechly logo

Winner: Cerian Jones of Cluttons

Highly Commended: Julian Clark of Gerald Eve

Finalists: Charlie Coombs of Gerald Eve, Cerian Jones of Cluttons and Julian Clark of Gerald Eve

Outstanding Achievement Award
Sponsored by

Winner: Damian Greenish, Pemberton Greenish

Click here to read the judges feedback.

Judges Feedback 2015

FEEDBACK ON ENTRIES

Here the judging panel provide some general feedback on the entries this year.

Being presented with the entries in a consistent format greatly eased the judging process this year; particularly with the increased number of entries received. There were probably a greater number of quality submissions than in previous years and the judges were grateful for the efforts that entrants had gone to, both on paper, and in video.

There is often innovation found in smaller providers and size is not a determinant, either way in our judgements, we very much treat each application on its merits. Three quality testimonials are better than a number of short ones saying entrants are a ‘good’ person or company.

There is a degree of negotiation and deliberation between us, although we are constantly surprised by the extent to which we all have the same entrants on our individual shortlists and we found the videos this year helped us in our decisions to make a final choice However, a simple presentation told us just as much about the person or the company than a wizzy professional production; in fact some of the latter we found quite irritating. We are not aware of who the sponsors are when we are judging these Awards and this has no influence on our decision making, as some of the sponsors who don’t feature will attest to!

We would still rather see entrants picking a few key categories they feel strong in, and tailoring their entries to those categories, rather than blitzing every category with half-hearted attempts that simply regurgitate entries for other categories. We are looking for something that makes you or your company stand out from the crowd. Also, ensure you substantiate your claims with evidence. An example or short case study can really strengthen a nomination. Those who have won awards in successive years are always very good at keeping entries fresh and current each year.

We are also looking hard at how entrants treat their leaseholders and freeholders as customers/clients and also for that ‘special touch’ in terms of customer service, not just the mechanics and processes of being a good agent or sugar-sweet stories. Residential Property Management is experiencing new challenges not least from greater mixed tenure, mixed use and raised customer expectations. We are therefore keen to see how the industry is adapting to new challenges.

Some company applications tend to be too centred around one individual. We want to see a greater breadth of what they do and not just a reliance on one individual. There were some instances where the entrant had hardly got their feet under the desk in terms of a contract, and we prefer to see more of a track record, however glowing the reference is.

Having now judged these Awards for six years, we have seen how they grow in stature, significance – and competitiveness each year. We understand that some companies put significant effort into their entries and yet are disappointed. Often we will put more time in to deciding who will be highly commended as we do on who should be winner. It therefore disappoints us sometimes to see highly commended awards not being appreciated. To be seen as being in the top two or three of your peer group in what is a large industry is surely an honour and to not receive that with good grace devalues it for others. Of course, ultimately, there can be only one winner. Our general advice is to take on board our comments above, watch the video we have made on the Awards website, and enter again next year.

Ian Fletcher

Georgie Hibberd

Bob Smytherman

Award Finalists 2015

Enfranchisement and Right To Manage Awards 2015 – Finalists Announced!

We are delighted to announce the Finalists for the 2015 Enfranchisement and Right to Manage Awards. This year has been an exceedingly busy and demanding year with ever increasing interest in enfranchisement and right to manage claims. Practitioners have displayed and implemented an exceptional quality of work in the industry and we are looking forward to recognising and celebrating these high levels of performance with you on the 4th June at The Underglobe, London.

We received a significant amount of entries for this year’s Enfranchisement and Right to Manage Awards, demonstrating the dedication and passion (and competitive nature!) of those working in the industry. During a gruelling session, the independent judging panel compared notes, having individually scrutinised all the entries and nominations received.

VOTING NOW CLOSED

Closed 5pm 26th May 2015 

This year we are giving you the opportunity to act as the 5th Judge once again, with your chance to state from the shortlist who you would like to see win in each category. Your vote contributes to the judges decision, however their decision is final.

All those interested in voting must register in advance. 

On registering you will receive an email with a link to the voting poll. Please do not vote for yourselves or your own organisation as these votes will not be counted. One vote in each category per person. 

If you would like to encourage others to participate in the voting process please send them to the voting registration page, but they must either work within the industry or be customers or clients of those that do, and must register first.

We are excited to share below the Judges’ list of Finalists, shortlisted from all entries received.

Barrister of the Year
Sponsored by

Pemberton Greenish logo

 

 

Finalists:

Anthony Radevsky of Falcon Chambers, Gary Cowen of Falcon Chambers, Piers Harrison of Tanfield Chambers and Thomas Jefferies of Landmark Chambers

 

Chambers of the Year
Sponsored by

Cluttons

 

 

 

Finalists: Falcon Chambers and Tanfield Chambers

 

Solicitor of the Year
Sponsored by

Landmark Chambers

 

 

 

Finalists:  Ash Oberoi of Housing and Property Law Partnership, Katherine Simpson of Pemberton Greenish, Mark Chick of Bishop and Sewell, Mark Vinall of Winckworth Sherwood, Roger Hardwick of Brethertons, Tim Morgan of ODT Solicitors and Yashmin Mistry of JPC Law

 

Solicitors Firm of the Year
Sponsored by

Tanfield logo 2014

 

 

 

Finalists: Bishop and Sewell, BrethertonsCharles Russell SpeechlysForsters and Housing and Property Law Partnership

 

Valuer of the Year
Sponsored by

JPC Law

 

 

 

Finalists: Alison Stone of Prickett and Ellis, Charlie Coombs of Gerald Eve, Justin Shingles of Justin Shingles Ltd., Oliver French of Savills and Vanda Kelsey of Knight Frank

 

 

Valuers of the Year
Sponsored by

Wallace LLP

 

 

Finalists: Knight Frank and myleasehold

 

Regional Professional of the Year

 

Finalists: Emily Fitzpatrick of Dean Wilson LLP, Harriet Thornton of LCF Law, Roger Hardwick of Brethertons, Tim Morgan of ODT Solicitors and Vikki Herbert of Thackray Williams

 

Young Professional of the Year

 

Finalists: George Coleman of Pemberton Greenish, Harriet Thornton of LCF Law, Louise Uphill of Piper Smith Watton, Naomi Heathcote of Charles Russell Speechlys, Rob Marchbank of Boodle Hatfield and Vikki Herbert of Thackray Williams

 

Expert Witness of the Year
Sponsored by

Charles Russell Speechly logo

 

 

 

 

Finalists: Charlie Coombs of Gerald Eve, Cerian Jones of Cluttons and Julian Clark of Gerald Eve

 

Outstanding Achievement Award
Sponsored by

 

 

 

 

The Winner will be announced on the night of the awards.

 

 

 

The Awards are kindly supported by:

ALEP logo

 

 

 

 

FPRA logo

 

 

 

 

RICS logo

 

 

 

 

 

Sponsors:

Bishop and Sewell

 

 

 

 

Colman Coyle Logo

 

 

Forsters logo

 

 

 

 

Knight-Frank-Partnership-brandmark-199_RGB

 

 

 

Please click here to view the Enfranchisement and Right To Manage Awards 2014 winners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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THE ENTRY PORTAL IS NOW CLOSED

Entry Deadline: 4th May 2016 at 5pm

For each category the judges require:

  1. Statement: of up to 1500 words expressing how you have met the judging criteria, why you think you deserve to win and what makes you stand out as an individual/company.
  2. Up to three testimonials: These do not count towards your supporting statement word count, however each should be between 150 and 250 words in length.
  3. Photograph:
          1. For individual award categories: A high resolution head-shot
          2. For company award categories: A high resolution logo

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  1. Video: A one minute video uploaded to YouTube is optional. Each entry can be supported with a 1 minute video. This video is to communicate to the judges why you or your company deserves to win.
    If you are submitting an entry on behalf of a staff member then it is your choice whether to record a message from them or yourself explaining why they deserve to win. One video required per category.
    Upload your video to YouTube and mark it as unlisted should you not want other people to view your video. However, do not mark it as private or disallow embedding, or the judges will not be able to view your video. Make note of the URL.

Once you have completed your entry:

Review: There is an opportunity to review your submission before submitting your entry.

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Please register or login to the entry portal below for further details on each element of the entry process. You are able to save your progression, go back, exit and return as many times as you like until you hit submit. Be warned, once you do submit your entry changes cannot be made and you cannot recall your entry.

The deadline for entries is strictly 4th May 2016, entries after this date will not be accepted. The entry portal will close at 5pm on 4th May 2016 thereby not allowing any further entries after this time. Please ensure you submit your entry ahead of this deadline to avoid disappointment.

For details on the judging process for 2016 please click here.

If you have any questions regarding the entry process, please email Anastasia Morton at Anastasia@newsontheblock.com

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  • Entries must be accompanied by a clear, concise supporting statement, independent testimonials from third parties may also be submitted. Additional materials other than third party testimonials will not be considered.
  • Employees and office holders of News on the Block are not eligible to enter the Awards.
  • The judges’ decision is final and Awards will be made at their discretion. Not all the awards advertised will be awarded if the judges consider that the criteria have not been met. Additional commendations may be made at the judges’ discretion.
  • The content of any entry may be used for publicity purposes unless the entrant withholds their consent to this in writing.
  • Entrants will be deemed to have accepted these rules and procedures and to have agreed to be bound by them when entering this competition.
  • All entrants that are shortlisted by the judges agree to purchase minimum one ticket to attend the event. Entrants will be disqualified if full payment is not made by the 3rd June 2017.
  • Judges reserve the right at their collective discretion to substitute an award to an entrant if, in their opinion, it is more appropriate for that entrant to be considered in that category, or not to make an award in a particular category.

Award Winners 2013

Enfranchisement and Right To Manage Awards 2013 – Winners Announced!

The Enfranchisement and Right to Manage Awards 2013 (the ERMAs), is now firmly established in the industry calendar for recognising professional excellence in leasehold reform work. This was not only the 5th year of the ERMA’s, but also 20 years since the enactment of the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993 which has had a huge influence on this area of practice. The awards were presented at a ceremony in London on June 6th 2013.

 

We are excited to announce the list of winners and highly commended, shortlisted from all entries received.

The Winners are:

Barrister of the Year
Sponsored by

Pemberton Greenish logo

 

Winner:
Stephen Jourdan QC, Falcon Chambers

Highly Commended:
Jonathan Gaunt QC, Falcon Chambers

Finalists:
Justin Bates of Arden Chambers, Jonathan Gaunt QC of Falcon Chambers, Mark Loveday of Tanfield Chambers and Stephen Jourdan QC of  Falcon Chambers

 

Chambers of the Year
Sponsored by

Cluttons

 

Winner:
Falcon Chambers

Highly Commended:
Tanfield Chambers

Finalists:
Tanfield ChambersFalcon Chambers

 

Solicitor of the Year
Sponsored by
Langley Taylor

 

Winner:
Anna Favre, Pemberton Greenish

Highly Commended:
Tim Morgan, ODT Solicitors
James Compton, Comptons Solicitors
Jeremy Hudson, Speechly Bircham

Finalists:
James Compton of Comptons Solicitors, Anna Favre of Pemberton Greenish, Jonathan Turton of Boodle Hatfield, Natasha Rees of Forsters, Tim Morgan of ODT Solicitors, Caroline Anstis of Piper Smith Watton, Mark Chick of Bishop and Sewell, Roger Hardwick of Brethertons, Tina George of DMH Stallard and Jeremy Hudson of Speechly Bircham

 

Solicitors Firm of the Year
Sponsored by

Tanfield logo 2014

 

Winner:
Rooks Rider

Highly Commended:
Boodle Hatfield

Finalists:
Speechly Bircham, Bishop and Sewell, Boodle Hatfield, Rooks Rider, Comptons Solicitors and JPC Law

 

Valuer of the Year
Sponsored by

Forsters

 

Winner:
Chris Carter-Pegg, Gerald Eve

Highly Commended:
Justin Bennett, Langley Byers Bennett

Finalists:
Chris Carter-Pegg of Gerald Eve, David Goldstone of Capital Leasehold, Justin Bennett of Langley Byers Bennett and George Pope of George Pope Leasehold Enfranchisement

 

Valuers of the Year
Sponsored by

Wallace LLP

 

Winner:
myleasehold

Highly Commended:
Cluttons

Finalists:
Carter Jonas, Capital Leasehold, myleasehold, Cluttons, Marr-Johnson Stevens and Langley Byers Bennett

 

Regional Professional of the Year

Winner:
Roger Hardwick, Brethertons

Finalists:
Brethertons Solicitors, TWM Solicitors and ODT Solicitors

 

Young Professional of the Year
Sponsored by

JPC Law

 

Winner:
Lubna Islam, Child and Child

Highly Commended:
Marie Joyce, Marr-Johnson & Stevens
Yashmin Mistry, JPC Law
Naomi Heathcote, Speechly Bircham

Finalists:
Amy Chance of Pemberton Greenish, James Compton of Comptons Solicitors, Marie Joyce of Marr-Johnson & Stevens, Yashmin Mistry of JPC Law, Roger Hardwick of Brethertons, Lubna Islam of Child and Child, Katie Cohen of Child and Child, Naomi Heathcote of Speechly Bircham and Tim Sheridan of Sheridans Estates

Expert Witness of the Year
Sponsored by

Speechly Bircham logo

 

Winner:
Justin Bennett, Langley Byers Bennett

Highly Commended:
James Wilson, W.A. Ellis

Finalists:
James Wilson of W.A. Ellis, Justin Bennett of Langley Byers Bennett, Kevin Ryan of Carter Jonas and Prosper Marr-Johnson of Marr-Johnson & Stevens

 

Outstanding Achievement Award
Sponsored by

WAEllis logo

 

Winner:
George Pope, George Pope Leasehold Enfranchisement 

 

Judging Process
Each finalist will receive a mention at the Awards. There will be one winner for each award category announced at the awards ceremony. Judges may make a Highly Commended award at their discretion. The judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Benchmarking Process
News on the Block contacted companies and asked them which companies or individuals they would expect to see (or not see!) shortlisted in the various categories for this year’s awards. The companies contacted participated on the basis of confidentiality, and came from a variety of disciplines: barristers, solicitors, valuers, freeholders, leaseholders etc. This exercise helped inform the independent judging panel and protected the integrity of the awards.

The Awards are kindly supported by the Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners.

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