[Bell Historians] Whitechapel charges

Peter Trent peter.trent at RuyVdyIPYCT4u6N_bml1OLxPwnxRbW6w6cRu5C7X2fGyGlO_U5BR8TMlVHKcX0Rn57MufOmmajz1TcswTyca1KG4Kuam.yahoo.invalid
Fri Mar 19 19:24:05 GMT 2010

Perhaps you should offer all the firms you want to tender an £80 fee for their estimates or  ask Whitechapel to waive theirs in the circumstances? For the combined expertise involved it is still cheaper than a Structural Engineers report or an initial Bat survey report come to that! 
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Richard Grimmett 
  To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com 
  Sent: Friday, March 19, 2010 7:05 PM
  Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Whitechapel charges

  Peter Trent wrote:
  > The Churchwarden of most recent project that I have had dealings 
  > with deliberately chose Whitechapel because they felt that by paying 
  > them for a professional service it showed a serious enquiry on their 
  > part, of what is just an initial investigation as to the feasibility of 
  > funding a restoration and not just using the free service and good 
  > nature of the other firms... even though he was supplied with all the 
  > names and contact details
  > PJT

  Our case is different. We are very definitely proceeding. Even already 
  procured the back three of a new ring of 10. We want a new frame, 
  fittings and a front 7! Its definite business, not an initial 


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