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Monday, 20 January 2014

49 Swan Street, Sible Hedingham, Essex CO9 3RA

Andrew McLeod of Whybrow has a great interest in timber frame properties and has been conducting building surveys on them all his working life. A client of Whybrows has recently purchased the above property which was built in 1520. It is unusual inasmuch as it has been largely stripped out internally so that the entire structure is exposed and is essentially unchanged.

We invite all interested surveyors who may deal with this type of property to attend on site to gain a vast amount of informative information as well as to see for themselves the way these properties were put together and how defects cause damage. There is evidence of almost every type of defect together with some areas of remedial work.

The property will be open on Tuesday 28th January 2014 with the talk commencing at 11.00a.m. It is likely to last at least two hours. Andrew McLeod will be pleased to deal with questions as they arise and the meeting should prove to be very effective and useful.

This event is free but if anyone would like to make a small donation on the day, this will be used by our client to support local charities.

We propose that this event will reflect a two and half hour structured CPD and Certification will be available.

For more information please click here and to also find further details to respond a.s.a.p. to Louise Kotze.


DP World Networking Event for Essex Businesses

DP World London Gateway hosted an event in the offices of its 1,000 acre logistics facility to celebrate and launch the completion of a new office development.

Over 50 guests from a wide range of businesses and organisations across Essex attended and were able to view the three berths of the state-of-the-art, semi-automated deep sea container terminal, while also viewing the significant progress in the development of the Logistics Park.


A new off-dock 5 Acre empty container storage yard is to be opened at DP World London Gateway Port.