To some Matilda is the name of a Roald Dahl book. To others a film and if you’re lucky, a stage play. To the Engineering Department at Chester, Matilda is a tank. A World War II tank weighing 25 tons in the Imperial War Museum North, in Manchester.
When the phone rings, the email lands or the letter arrives with a new expert witness instruction it is a reminder that someone thinks you are good at what you do. More than that. That you are better than most. This can of course be an invitation to hubris.
It’s awards season again and whilst my nominations for best leading actor award from the BAFTA and the Oscars Committees must have got lost in the post, I must admit to being very pleased to learn that a project I was responsible for has been nominated.
A boundary line is an invisible legal line that designates the extent of land ownership which has been established from conveyance deeds or ‘title plans’ produced by HM Land Registry usually based on an Ordnance Survey map.
I already knew Sheffield reasonably well before I started work for Byrom Clark Roberts, having just completed a year of study for my Part II qualification at Sheffield Hallam University, but the new job has taken me into a new part of the city.