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The Engineer and Building Legislation

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The Engineer and Building Legislation
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The text of an Institution report Future Building Regulations was published in the September issue of The Structural Engineer, pages 430-432. The report has subsequently been use0 &S a basis for further discussions with the Building Regulations Diuision of the Department of the Environment.

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