The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 12 (1934) > Issues > Issue 4 > Building Regulations (London)
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Building Regulations (London)

On November 23rd of last yeart I had the honour of reading a paper before the Institution of Structural Engineers, on the subject of Building Regulations in which attention was directed to the general law of building in the country, and passing reference was made to a limited number of towns where building is controlled directly by provisions in an Act or Acts of Parliament confined to that town alone. C. Roland Woods

Author(s): Woods, C Roland

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