This week Marion Ellis is speaking with Sarah Dwight who is a conveyancer, with the goal that surveyors learn more about the other aspects of the business that we are in, which is to help people with their hom Qualified as a solicitor in 1990, Sarah Dwight has always focussed on trying to make the […]
In June 2020 Marion gathered a panel to discuss experiences of being away from work, and the challenges of returning to surveying and valuation post lockdown. We invited mindfulness and meditation expert Laura Coleman, who is running webinars a lot of surveyors have been participating in as a way to find support with their anxieties about […]
Marion Ellis gathered four surveying experts on a panel to discuss inspecting residential properties during Covid-19, and how to approach it from a SME’s point of view. About Participants Phil Parnham is a Chartered Building Surveyor with an expertise in the diagnosis of defects and dampness in residential properties. He has many years of experience […]
Hasn’t the world gone ever so lightly mad? In a short space of time things have turned upside down and we are facing fears we have only ever experienced in films.
Like many it has made us think about the work we do, how we do it, and as an SME like many of you, how we will survive as a business. We have learned to be agile over the past few years. We don’t have an office anymore, we work virtually, we have effectively zero-hour contracts and consultants. We offer training and CPD to providers and so long as they are in business, then so are we.
Just before the beginning of the lockdown, Marion Ellis and Phil Parnham discussed the possible impact of the coronavirus on the surveying community as individuals and businesses. They shared their thoughts on what you can do to engage customers, the dangers of virtual surveys and the technology you can use. The Benefits of Engaging With […]