Should there be freelance architecture inspectors

Should there be freelance architecture inspectors

Postby missarchi » Sun Sep 26, 2010 11:42 pm

You have parking officers that clamp cars why not houses or businesses?
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Re: Should there be freelance architecture inspectors

Postby onq » Mon Sep 27, 2010 9:55 am

missarchi wrote:You have parking officers that clamp cars why not houses or businesses?


Yes, Gizzajob!

I'm up for it - as long as they don't inspect any of mine - ulp!

:D

We'll start with the Dáíl Bar and make sure its safe for the "Tea Shock".

("Tea Shock" Copyright BIll Baily on Last Saturday's Late Late Show)

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Re: Should there be freelance architecture inspectors

Postby Solo » Thu Dec 16, 2010 12:42 am

ONQ I doubt if any of us would ever come up to your exacting standards. So please do not take the job let me have it.
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Re: Should there be freelance architecture inspectors

Postby onq » Fri Dec 17, 2010 8:00 pm

Nein!

Its mine!

All mine!!!

Seriously though, when people get over the shock of negative equity and fear of discovering their house too has pyrite in the foundations AND they have a few quid to spare - I expect to see some inspectiosn rolling in.

Mind you by then either the 5-years-after-completion limit for Building Control action or the 6 year statute of limitations may have kicked in, so it may be more of a trickle than a flood.

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