Andrew Charalambous

Andrew Charalambous is first and foremost a passionate environmentalist. Andrew says “Mother Nature is the soul of the Earth, our landscapes and countryside our greatest national treasure”. He argues that ecological responsibility includes not only the physical environment but the animal kingdom and our relationship to both.

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As pressure to build on the countryside is growing to satisfy our insatiable demand for more housing Andrew asks “when our countryside and forests are radically diminished where will we get our oxygen to breathe from?”.

Andrew Charalambous invested by the Royal Confraternity of Saint Teotonio pictured with HE Ulisses Pauleta Rolim, Count of Rolim and Reigada
Andrew Charalambous invested by the Royal Confraternity of Saint Teotonio pictured with HE Ulisses Pauleta Rolim, Count of Rolim and Reigada

Being the national housing and environment spokesman for UKIP Andrew is campaigning for a brownfield revolution to preserve the British countryside. His hope that this pioneering brownfield model which comprises brownfield bonds, removing stamp duty from new homes emanating from brownfield will be followed in other countries.

Andrew Charalambous was poked fun by the media for taking homeless people off the streets of central London and putting them in his properties without initial rent. He believes homelessness is caused largely by the inaccessibility to rental property. So as part of his personal commitment Andrew does not as a rule charge his own tenants deposits, or admin charges, or seek references from them. And he has made homelessness UKIPs “very first housing priority”.

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Andrew Charalambous says “there is no greater privilege in life than being a free thinker. Having a mind liberated from ideology, vested interest and peer pressure”.

He is a former special constable of eighteen years. A qualified barrister, fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Kentucky Colonel. Invested in the OBSS, Knightly Order of St George and the Royal Confraternity of San Teotonio.

Andrew is devoted to protecting indigenous tribes and spent time with the Dayak tribe in Kalimantan of Indonesian Borneo. At the same time he is fascinated by the possibilities inherent in human potential. Believing that the unfolding of quantum physics, nanotechnology, robotics, environmental innovation and information technology can lead humanity to a new golden global order.

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