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In its advice to local authorities issued in April 1975 the Department of the Environment announced the setting up of a special sub-committee of the Building Regulations Advisory Committee under the Chairmanship of Mr. C. B. Stone, CBE, DSO (Past-President), to recommend criteria to be used in checking the adequacy of buildings containing high alumina cement concrete structural members, and to determine which categories of such buildings need not be appraised.
Part of the timber framing of an 18th-century warehouse was moved to a new location within the site of St. Katharine's Dock and used as the structure of a new building.
J.C. Pitts, T.A. Ealey and W.I. Liddell
Following Mr. Clarke's representation (September issue) of the views of an engineer acting for authority on the much discussed issue of the checking of designs, we are delighted to have received yet another from a local government officer.