On 12th December Rawdon Crozier was a guest speaker at the meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group ("APPG") on Leasehold and Commonhold Reform which took place in Committee Room 14 in the Palace of Westminster. The Committee Room was where the Conservative 1922 Committee recently sealed the fates of the last two Prime Ministers and was allegedly still warm from the residual heat of splenetic rage. The Leasehold APPG, which is the largest APPG, consists of MPs and Peers of all parties and professionals and interested parties also attend meetings. Rawdon spoke about the problematic issues surrounding shared ownership leases, recently highlighted by an Advertising Standards Authority Ruling in relation to which Rawdon had provided some pro bono advice to Shared Ownership Resources an organization that campaigns for Shared Owners. Rawdon also outlined difficulties cladding-affected leaseholders are experiencing with Homes England, when trying to redeem Help to Buy Equity Mortgages. Other speakers included the Minister of State Lucy Frazer and Tim Millns, Director of Central Customer Services at Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing, a housing association which has been pioneering in improving the lot of its shared owners and leaseholders generally.