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An honour for Marriott & Co.

An invitation to act as an Expert Witness in accordance with the Civil Procedure Rules is both an honour and a worry. It is an honour because our reputation and personal CVs will have been scrutinised, and a worry because we know our report is likely to be challenged by one party or the other […]

Posted on 28th January 2020 by Amy

When time is of the essence

A recent challenge for Marriott & Co. Our client’s purchase of a printing company was conditional upon a valuation of the company’s production plant and equipment. As specialists in the printing industry, we were perfectly placed to provide this, but were naturally concerned to learn that the site inspections of over twenty machines at three […]

Posted on 2nd January 2020 by Amy

From Tear Drops to The Shard

Having been instructed to find buyers for two major glass tempering plants in the last year, it is not unreasonable to consider ourselves well experienced in valuing and selling glass processing machinery. The first assignment took us into Kent and we undertook a RICS valuation of the business and assets, it was hoped that a […]

Posted on 1st October 2019 by Amy

Is Valuation an Art or a Science?

This is an age old question pondered by valuation experts many times over. I believe that most valuers tend to err on the side of valuation being an art rather than a science, mainly on the basis that it requires judgment and is a statement of opinion not fact. However, I believe it is reasonable […]

Posted on 19th September 2016 by Amy