Another new client entrusted us with their project and appointed us today to act as their flood risk consultant to carry out a Flood Risk Assessment in support of their planning application for a proposed residential development in Harrow, London.
We are pleased to receive instruction from our client today for us to provide junction modelling assistance for a proposed re-development site in West Yorkshire.
On Tuesday 27th March 2018, 5 members of the Sanderson’s team were invited to attend Lord Farringdon’s annual dinner.
The drinks were flowing and everything was going swimmingly until his Lordship left the room and suddenly there was a loud gunshot !
We were the last people to see him alive, so, naturally suspicion quickly turned to us. The quick thinking Colonel jumped to conclusions and before we knew it, we were bumbled into Lord Farringdon’s study and locked the door behind us while the police were called.
To prove our innocence we needed to work out the real identity of the murder, where he was killed, and with which murder weapon, so that we could tell the Police when they arrived to arrest us in an exactly 1 hour.
The study room was filled with a vast collection of riddles and clues (and also Easter Eggs for a seasonal touch) which needed to be solved in order to uncover the real culprit.
The 5 of us quickly got to work and with 11 minutes and 21 seconds to spare we finally cracked the code and escaped the room.
Although we got out with time to spare it was far from straight forward. Our escape should be mainly credited to Cryptic Carly who jumped from puzzle to puzzle whilst I stood staring at a broken clock for 15 minutes trying to work out what time it was, Luke stood fumbling around with a combination padlock whilst his eyesight slowly deteriorated, Ash had a long telephone conversation with a fictional character, and Darren went round eating all the hidden Easter Eggs.
We all enjoyed the evening very much and would definitely recommend ‘Stuck in the Riddle’ for events in the future.
We were today appointed by our client to act as their highway consultants to provide Highway advice for a proposed development site access and associated works in South Yorkshire.
We appreciate being instructed by our valued client to act as their water consulting engineers to prepare a Flood Risk Assessment for a proposed housing development in the West Yorkshire area.
We are pleased to receive an appointment from our client today to prepare a Drainage Strategy for a proposed extension for an existing commercial unit in Chester.
Today, we were instructed by our client to act as their Flood Risk Consultant, with an instruction from them prepare/carry out a Flood Risk Assessment for a residential development in the London area.
We are pleased another new client has appointed us today to carry out a Traffic Survey for a proposed residential development type in Lincolnshire.
A new client has entrusted us with their project and instructed us today to act as their highways consultant to provide Highway Advice for a proposed mixed use development type in London.
We were today appointed by a new client to act as their drainage consultant to provide a drainage impact assessment in support of an extension to an existing industrial unit in the London area.