Chris Carter-Pegg, a partner in Gerald Eve’s Residential Leasehold Reform Team, has been named Valuer of the Year at the Enfranchisement and Right to Manage Awards (“The ERMAs”). The ERMAs are now into their fifth year of recognising professional excellence in leasehold reform work. Chris collected his award from TV’s Dominic Holland at a ceremony in Mayfair, London on Thursday 6th June.
The judging panel awarded the accolade to Chris following a successful 12 months during which he advised landlords on 140 separate enfranchisement settlements, and several notable Tribunal cases.
There were a total of four finalists for the award, all renowned experts in this sector, and each finalist was judged across seven criteria: measurable contribution to success; notable cases; specific challenges; applied knowledge and expertise; professional development and leadership; excellence in client communications; and new instructions.
Speaking about his award, Chris said: “I’m delighted to have won the accolade of Valuer of the Year and it’s great to be recognised for what has been a very successful year for both myself and the Gerald Eve Residential Leasehold Reform Team. Through our work with our wide client base, which includes a number of the UK’s largest residential estates, we have earned a reputation for excellent valuation advice on enfranchisement matters and this award reflects our strong stature in the marketplace.”