Correspondence. L.C.C. Code of Practice
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1st November 1933

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Correspondence. L.C.C. Code of Practice

The Structural Engineer
Correspondence. L.C.C. Code of Practice
Date published

1st November 1933

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1st November 1933

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Sir,-During the last few weeks several enquirers have requested a reconciliation of Clauses 12 and 14 of the Code of Practice approved by the London County Council on February 16th, 1932.

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