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Verulam

Building on refuse tips Mr. W. A. Gill takes up a subject raised in this column in September 77: I refer to the problem of building on infilled ground raised in the queries and comments by Verulam in the No. 9 issue of The Structural Engineer and comment as follows: A Local Authority faced with the duty of enforcing Building Regulation D3-'the foundations of a building shall safely sustain and transmit to the ground the combined loads etc.' is placed in a difficult position without the benefit of site explorations and tests which they are not empowered to require. Verulam