[Bell Historians] Whitechapel charges

Andrew Aspland aaspland at FxZbcWC4J1o5Jcj0wJB1d36788vLras_BpeQhbSf0wENtW9WmWmeeyR1VX4znEShnZnkC6PTcxX5tbwWvw.yahoo.invalid
Sun Mar 21 07:35:42 GMT 2010

Then I think your decision is made.  Go to a different company!

From: Richard Grimmett 
Sent: Friday, March 19, 2010 8:11 PM
To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com 
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Whitechapel charges

Peter Trent wrote:
> 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! 

It does not invalidate the DAC's requirement (and for that matter the 
PCC's too, amd also due diligence) of having a structural engineers 
report. The bellahndgers and founders are not structural engineers by 
and large.

When money has been given by donors to a charity it is a tough decision 
for the trustees to pay out £80 of their donations when all other firms 
invited do it for free.


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