Pen portrait

28th January 2015

Pen portraits

When I began writing this blog, I was familiar with very few of the characters populating the service charge world. Two or so years on, I […]
29th January 2015

Pen portrait no.1: Philip Rainey QC

“I became a barrister because I saw “Crown Court” on TV as a child and it looked like a fun thing to do.  By the time […]
21st August 2015

Pen portrait no.2: David Clark FIRPM AssocRICS

  “I became a property manager quite by accident having started out as a civil servant working for social security. A local housing association needed property […]
8th January 2016

Pen Portrait No.3: Margaret Wilson

“I became a barrister because when I was at school and had to decide what to read at university the Bar sounded like an exciting and […]