The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 54 (1976) > Issues > Issue 8 > Special Study Group. Statutory Control of Building and Engineering Works
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Special Study Group. Statutory Control of Building and Engineering Works

The present statutory control of building and engineering works in the United Kingdom varies greatly in terms of quality and efficiency. There are separate systems, for England and Wales, for Scotland, for Northern Ireland, and for the inner London area. The system proposed in this report will provide an integrated control structure independent of central or local government and therefore more readily adaptable to suit future changing needs.