We specialise in statutory lease extensions. You can add 90 years to your lease, increase the value of your flat and stop paying ground rent.
If you have owned your property for at least two years and you are the owner of a long lease (one originally granted for 21 years or more), you may compel your landlord to grant you a statutory lease extension under the Leasehold Reform and Urban Development Act 1993.
It’s important to commence the process before your lease runs below 80 years, however, otherwise ‘marriage value’ will increase the cost of the lease extension.
For further information please consult our lease extension FAQs.