Also known as Dr Earth, due to his environmental consciousness and initiatives. Andrew Charambalous an astute British businessman cum politician and who currently serves as the UKIP housing spokesman, was born of a veteran World War 2 soldier who later settled in the United Kingdom.
Moreover, Andrew who went to the William Forster School in Tottenham, has not only built his career in business mainly as a property developer but also as a private landlord. In addition, he has also been a very strong candidate In the political realms, that is having played some very critical roles in the consecutive party politics, first as a member and secondly as a financial donor to the party as well as the founder of the conservative climate campaign and the Conservative friends of cyprus. That is besides biding for a political seat and as a parliamentary candidate for the consecutive party, both in the local as well as in the general elections.
However, Andrew, later on switched his political affiliation from the conservative party to UKIP citing failure of delivery by the Conservative coalition government on the UK-EU referendum. His shots to an elected office has however not materialized so far, that is after both his recent attempts in 2010 at Edmonton and when he represented UKIP in 2011 in the Heston and Feltham by election and of course where he came second and fourth consecutively. Currently, he is therefore the housing spokesperson of the UKIP’s party. Interestingly, Andrew has been seen to have a very soft stand regarding immigration and was therefore cutting on the health care services.
Dr Earth, as he is sometimes referred to, has played some very critical and significant roles in the environmental protection, that is through some of his investments like the Surya night club, the world 1st ever ecological club, that features, piezoelectric dance floor, that harness and taps energy through the above it human movement,bio-beers as well as waterless urinals. Similarly, he has also opened another eco-night initiative, by the name Club4Climate to get the young people and the youth involved in tackling various environmental issues and challenges.