Pro-leagle: Media

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1st February 2014: Pro-Leagle changes UK address to Weatherill House, Croydon

Acorn House

On the 1st February 2014 Pro-Leagle changed UK premises to Weatherill House, Croydon. Please visit our contact page for updated contact information.

1st October 2013: Pro-Leagle goes international!

Frennch Chateau

Pro-Leagle is pleased to announce that from 1 October 2013, it will be regulated as a European law firm by the Bar of Rennes in France. Pro-Leagle’s solicitors will continue to be regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority in the UK. Pro-Leagle is shortly due to expand its list of services to include French Landlord and Tenant law.

20th September 2012: Pro-Leagle announce focus on Service Charges.

Japanese Knotweed

Over the next few months Pro-Leagle will be taking cross-sections of service charge issues for closer examination. The first article 'Knotweed - A Knotty Service Charge Problem investigates the legislation that affects leaseholders and freeholders and how it operates on ground level

4th January 2012: Pro-Leagle launch online Service Charge Dispute Analyser.

Service Charge Dispute Analyser

On 4th January 2012 Pro-Leagle launched an online Service Charge Dispute Analyser, a revolutionary new service for leaseholders with service charge issues and professionals operating in this area.

28th October 2011: Pro-Leagle launch new responsive website viewable on mobiles, tablets and desktop PCs.

Pro-Leagle goes mobile

On 28th October 2011 Pro-Leagle launched a new responsive website providing a clear reading experience on a range of mobile, tablet, laptop and desktop devices. Why not try Pro-Leagle on your mobile?

23rd June 2011: Pro-Leagle announced as finalists in the South London Business Awards.

South London Business Awards

On 23rd June 2011 Pro-Leagle were announced as finalists in the 'Best Business for Innovation' category of the South London Business Awards. This was in recognition of Pro-Leagle's innovative delivery of online legal services. The award certificate is available in .pdf format. You will require Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this file.

April 2011: Pro-Leagle Wired launched to provide online services direct to the client.

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Pro-Leagle have launched 'Pro-Leagle Wired' - an automated system for provision of online legal services and advice. The first service to be offered is the Landlord and Tenant Notice to Quit application, for use by laymen and professionals alike.

January 2010: Pro-Leagle awarded 'Approved Training Centre' Accrediation by Awarding Body, BIIAB.

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Pro-Leagle is now registered as an Official Body to administer Alcohol Licensing Training throughout the United Kingdom.

October 2009: Pro-Leagle awarded Training Certification from the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH).

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Pro-Leagle's training initiative successfully achieved a Level 2 Certificate in Health & Safety in the Workplace with further accreditation in the pipeline.

5th January 2009: Pro-Leagle relocates to Acorn House, Croydon.

Acorn House

On the 5th January 2009 Pro-Leagle relocated to town-center premises in Acorn House, Croydon. Please visit our contact page for updated contact information.

November 2008: Pro-Leagle commits to implementing the Law Society's Quality Management Standard, Lexcel.

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Pro-Leagle has appointed Quality Management Consultants, Havard Quality Solutions Ltd, to assist with this.

September 2008: Pro-Leagle appointed as a major provider of licensing assistance to Chinese businesses throughout England & Wales.

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Pro-Leagle have teamed up with Chinese Business Support to provide legal assistance for licensing applications, representations and appeals nationwide.

July 2008: Pro-Leagle awarded the Envibe Silver Award for Environmental Business Excellence.

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Pro-Leagle are officially recognised by Croydon Council as an environmentally friendly company who are "clearly demonstrating...environmental commitment".

June 2008: Pro-Leagle sponsors cash prizes for the 2008 "My South Norwood" Photography Competition. Prizes were presented by Malcolm Wicks, labour MP for Croydon North and Minister for Energy.

Prize Giving

From the 18th to the 22nd of June 2008, South Norwood (London) hosted the Portland Arts Festival organised by the People For Portland Road residents association. Two competitions were run in advance of the festival - a poster competition for kids and the "My South Norwood" photography competition for all ages. Pro-Leagle were proud to act as sponsors for the photography competition and awarded cash prizes to the winners at the at the Portland Arts Festival fair, Sunday 22nd June. Photos of the prize giving ceremony are available for viewing.

April 2008: Pro-Leagle adopt a green company car policy, in collaboration with Seltrans (South-East London Transport Strategy).

Vectrix

We are proud to announce that a 100% electric Vectrix maxi-scooter has been added to our fleet of sustainable company transportation.

March 2008: Pro-Leagle awarded the Envibe Bronze Award for Environmental Business Excellence.

Envibe Logo

Pro-Leagle are officially recognised by Croydon Council as an environmentally friendly company. A copy of the certificate can be viewed online

February 2008: Pro-Leagle help support the Portland Arts Festival through sponsorship of the "My South Norwood" photography competition.

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From the 18th to the 22nd of June 2008, South Norwood (London) will be home to the Portland Road Arts Festival organised by the People For Portland Road residents association. There are two competitions running as part of the festival - a poster competition for kids and the "My South Norwood" photography competition for all ages.

Pro-Leagle are proud to act as sponsors for the photography competition and will be awarding cash prizes to the winners. The competition will be judged by Croydon Councillor Steve Hollands.

December 2006: Pro-Leagle attains Law Firm status.

Law Society Logo

In December 2006 Pro-Leagle attained Law Firm status, becoming fully Regulated by the Law Society of England and Wales. This enables us to more effectively meet our clients' needs by offering a wider range of services. Please visit our about us page for more information.

8th May 2006: Pro-Leagle relocate to Challenge House, Croydon.

Challenge House

On the 8th May 2006 Pro-Leagle relocated to larger premises in Challenge House, Croydon. Please visit our contact page for updated contact information.

28th Feb 2006: Pro-Leagle's Director presents on Leasehold Extension issues to the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA).

County Hotel

On the evening of the 28th February 2006 Pro-Leagle's Director attended the annual dinner of the NAEA at the County Hotel, Chelmsford, to give a seminar introducing Leasehold Extension. One of the aims of the meeting was to raise awareness of Leasehold issues and how they affect the purchase and sale of properties.

26th Feb 2006: Pro-Leagle are highlighted by the Mail on Sunday in a Right To Manage article.

We're Taking Control

On Sunday the 26th February 2006 the Mail on Sunday published an article in their Property section on Right To Manage entitled 'We're Taking Control'. Pro-Leagle was highlighted by a previous Right To Manage client who stated "Pro-Leagle checked we were eligible to manage and handled the whole process. Now we run the building ourselves and any repair jobs actually get done." The full article is available for download as a .pdf file. Viewing the file on your computer will require Adobe Acrobat Reader.

14th June 2005: Pro-Leagle's website is nominated for a Royal National Institute of the Blind (RNIB) accessibility award.

RNIB award

On Tuesday 14th February 2005 Pro-Leagle's Director attended the RNIB 'Simply the Best' awards at Draper's Hall, London. Pro-Leagle's website has been optimised for those with sight difficulties and was awarded a top three position in the "Best Website" category of the RNIB Awards (2005). The overall winners of the category were www.play.com. The award certificate is available online in .pdf format. Again, you will require Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this file.