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Nicholas Evans FRICSMediator in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire and the West Midlands

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Nicholas Evans FRICS


BSc(Hons) FRICS. RICS Accredited Mediator


Mediation, Arbitration, Landlord & Tenant disputes, Lease renewal, Dilapidations.


Nick is a Fellow of the RICS having qualified in 1990. After working for St Quintin in London he has been a general practice surveyor in Leamington Spa.

As a Chartered Surveyor Nick has specialised in valuations, including those for secured lending purposes, landlord and tenant advice, investment sales and acquisitions, corporate property advice, management and rating. He is an RICS accredited mediator, a member of London mediation Chambers, In Place of Strife, a panel mediator for MACS (Mediation and Community Support) and a former Chairman of the RICS Coventry and Warwickshire Local Association.

In his professional life as a surveyor Nick has over twenty years of experience of advising on all aspects concerning real estate and associated matters.

As an RICS accredited mediator Nick naturally has an interest in property related disputes but additional experience in general commercial mediations.


"As a Chartered Surveyor I have spent over twenty years providing commercial property advice, negotiating sale, purchase and lease deals and running my business at partner / director level.  I have also acted as an Arbitrator, Independent Expert and Expert Witness.  The fascination with mediation is the requirement to assist the parties towards a solution in a non judgmental fashion although I hope that my previous business experience helps me to understand the issues and empathise with the respective parties."






Mediation Experience

Nick has :-

  • Acted for landlords and tenants on rent review referrals to Arbitration and Independent Expert.
  • Acted as an Independent Expert on rent reviews.
  • Acted as a Court appointed Expert on valuation and other disputes.
  • Acted as an Expert Witness on pre Court lease renewal proceedings.
  • Acted for clients at the Valuation Tribunal.
  • Negotiated boundary disputes.
  • Negotiated compensation for rights of way, easements and other wayleaves.

AS an RICS accredited mediator Nick has naturally focused on property related disputes but has additional experience in more general commercial mediations.


Panel Membership

Nick is an Accredited Associate of the Dispute Mediation Consultancy and a panel member of the following mediation groups:

  • MACS (Mediation and Community Support)
  • London Mediation Chambers
  • In Place of Strife


From a party representative -

"Nick is a highly effective mediator.  He strikes the right rapport with the parties involved and is focused on understanding the issues and achieving resolution.  I am pleased to recommend him and add him to my shortlist of preferred mediators."
Jane Senior Head of Property Litigation - Wright Hassall LLP - December 2012



Nick has the following expertise:

Valuation of commercial property for secured bank lending, accounts, marketing, probate and taxation purposes.

Landlord and Tenant advice to owners and occupiers of commercial premises with particular reference to rent reviews and lease renewals.

Accredited RICS Mediator.

Dispute resolution by way of Arbitration and referrals to an Independent Expert whilst acting for landlords or tenants on rent reviews. 

Acting as an Independent Expert in respect of rent reviews.

Acting as an Expert Witness in pre Court lease renewal submissions. 

Valuations, acting as an Expert Witness to the Court, in matrimonial and other commercial disputes.

Acquisition and disposal of commercial properties and investments.

Strategic corporate property advice.

Rating advice to commercial occupiers including appeals and appearing at Valuation Tribunal.


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