Clive J Morley DipSurv FCIOB FRICS MAE MFPWS
DIRECTOR: Chartered Surveyor
Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building
Professional Associate of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
Diploma in Building Surveying
Member of the Faculty of Party Wall Surveyors
Registered and accredited expert with Sweet & Maxwell.
RICS registered expert & Valuer
- Party Wall
- Residential Valuations
- Commercial Valuations
- Boundary Disputes
- Rights to light
- Quantity Surveying
- Contract issues between contractors and sub-contractors
- Project Management
- Construction defects
- Building Survey
I trained and worked as a contractor’s quantity surveyor from 1972-1979, changing to contracts management between 1979-1983. In 1983 I progressed to management in the design and build sector through to 1992 when I went into private practice. I have also been a key manager in the development and expansion of a young company within the supply sector of the industry. I have a range of experience in construction and project management.
I have been appointed and worked as an expert witness giving evidence in a range of cases over the past 10 years. Coming originally from a construction background I am able to offer succinct expert evidence on many matters given the experience I have over a broad range of topics and issues. My recent cases include contract issues between main contractors and sub-contractors, quality and costs of works both completed and not completed, boundary disputes and more.
I have a broad Technical and Management background in the Industry; I am a composed chartered professional who works on a right first time principal.
Services to the Legal Profession
Acting as expert witness in connection with the following typical fields:
- Claims for professional negligence and breech of contract by professional advisors
- Claims for breech of contract by contractors and sub-contractors
- Claims for loss and expense arising from negligence
- Boundary disputes & rights to light
- Economic and quantitive analysis relating to construction works
- Claims for damages and losses caused by adjoining owners
- Preparation of costs and analysis for reduction of excessive charges and representation of clients at the LVT
- Preparation and negotiation of dilapidations
- Construction defects analysis and resolution
A leading decision maker who solidly applies planned action fully computer literate, with first class management and technical expertise, extensive hands on knowledge and experience in all design, construction and site management matters from inception to completion, a cost conscious forward thinker and finisher, a first class clients agent and liaison.
Nov 1997 to Date                Director, Anderson Wilde & Harris, Chartered Surveyors
July 1995 to Oct 1997         General Manager Electrical Sector
July 1992 to June 1995       Private sector Senior Building Surveyor
Jan 1989 to June 1992        Building & Development Manager ( Director Designate ) for a property developer
Nov 1986 to Dec 1988        Commercial/Technical Manager Berkeley Homes Plc
Sept 1984 to Oct 1986        Principal Private Practice
July 1983 to Aug 1984         Contracts Manager Morgan Lovell Ltd
July 1979 to June 1983        Contracts Manager C P Roberts & Co Ltd
May 1976 to June 1979       Contracts Surveyor Walker & Hawkes Ltd
Sept 1972 to April 1976      Trainee Quantity Surveyor M & F O Foster & Co Ltd
Luton College 1972 to 1976 ONC & HNC in building construction, supplementary subjects of law and economics.
St Albans College of Building 1976 to 1978 Institute of Buildings professional examinations parts I & II, gaining full corporate membership in 1979, admitted to Fellow in 1992.
University of Reading ( CEM ) 1992 to 1993 College of Estate Management’s Diploma in Building Surveying.
Management courses undertaken at the Industrial Society, formal in house training on new and amended legislation and practices and many hours of CPD covering a multitude of relevant topics.