Andrew Pridell is a chartered surveyor and valuer who specialises almost exclusively in providing advice and valuations for lease extensions and collective enfranchisements, as determined by Landlord and Tenant legislation.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, having qualified as an Associate in 1969 and elected to Fellowship in 1982. He qualified in the Building Surveying Division and had the honour of being an Examination County prize winner, and subsequently transferred to General Section.
Andrew has appeared at numerous Leasehold Valuation Tribunal hearings as advocate and expert; has acted as expert witness in matters of litigation over many years, and has given evidence at numerous Court hearings and Tribunals.
He regularly lectures on the subject of leasehold reform valuation and procedure to other professionals, and conducts university seminars.
Andrew is also part of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Working Group on enfranchisement valuation.