1st October 1933
First published: 1st October 1933
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SIR,-Since Mr. Rodmell has been good enough to invite discussion of his admirable article dealing with the above subject published in your September issue, I would like to submit the following remarks relative to some points in his article which appear to me to be controversial.
The CHAIRMAN suggested that the Meeting should first discuss Clauses 1 (General), 2 (Dead Loads), and 3 (Imposed Floor Loads), and he invited Mr. Cocking, who had rendered valuable assistance to the Committee, to explain shortly the principle involved in the proposals.
EDWARD CHARLES PHILIP MONSON was born at Acton, Middlesex, on June 3rd, 1871. His father, who is still living, is Mr. Edward Monson, J.P., formerly F.R.I.B.A.,and one of the Diocesan Surveyors for London.