Estate agents give new meaning to working from home following forced exit from Wisbech office
ESTATE agents from Harrison Murray in Wisbech have brought a whole new meaning to the phrase working from home . The team has been forced out of its Bridge Street office following a fire at neighbouring premises last week, which health and safety officia
ESTATE agents from Harrison Murray in Wisbech have brought a whole new meaning to the phrase 'working from home'.
The team has been forced out of its Bridge Street office following a fire at neighbouring premises last week, which health and safety officials have now deemed structurally unsafe.
However, to ensure that it is business at usual, the Harrison Murray team is currently ensuring customers' needs are met - by working from the home of senior branch partner Charlie Green!
Ms Green said: "The safety of our staff and customers is paramount, so we have taken expert authority advice and temporarily moved out of the office and are working from my home - with my dining room table being the hub of activity!"
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Customers can still to make an appointment or contact the branch by continuing to call the main office number on 01945 465432.
The team hopes to move back into the Bridge Street office by the end of this week.
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Meanwhile partial demolition work of the next door site, Constantine House, has continued throughout the week.
The fire in the building, once owned by Belfast Linen Warehouse, was started deliberately but no culprits have yet been found.