The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 53 (1975) > Issues > Issue 2 > Building Control after the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
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Building Control after the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974

The changes which will be brought about by the 1974 Act and a possible alternative to existing systems of control operating in the United Kingdom are described in this paper. All town planning and financial controls affecting building are outside the scope of this paper. Technical requirements in Building Regulations or By-laws, will not be dealt with but the paper will concentrate on enforcement of Regulations affecting construction of buildings. In its territorial scope it will deal mainly with England and Wales with some reference to building control in Scotland. R.M. Silber