Category Archives: Morse Consultants Blog

May
7 2015

Delivering on pledges: How do project managers juggle effectively? By Steve Hogevold, Managing Director


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  jug·gler  (jŭg′lər) n. 1. One that juggles objects or performs other tricks of manual dexterity. (Free Dictionary – http://www.thefreedictionary.com/juggler) Managing a project for a client is like being a champion juggler – only sometimes the items being thrown into … Continue reading

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Nov
19 2013

‘Tis the season to be jolly…don’t let your building spoil the fun


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As the chilly season arrives with a bang, you may not want to think about sowing seeds – but the onset of winter is always a good time to start forward planning when it comes to your property. With a … Continue reading

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May
20 2013

Mike Ashley’s ultimatum could free the high street from a death sentence – by Steve Hogevold


The news that Mike Ashley, owner of Newcastle United Football Club and the Sports Direct empire, has threatened to close his chain of Republic stores if landlords do not agree to new rental terms, provokes an interesting debate. Ashley is … Continue reading

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Apr
18 2013

The Building Surveyor – A Misunderstood Profession by Steve Hogevold


You don’t see many building surveyors on TV!  And when we are given airtime there is nothing glamorous about the way we are portrayed!  On property programmes it is always the architects who are the key players with their stylish … Continue reading

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Sep
9 2011

Why all tenants should be aware of dilapidations liabilities


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Tenants may not always realise that taking occupation of a building without getting professional advice could have costly implications in the long run. If you have taken on a rented premises and your lease is approaching the end of its … Continue reading

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