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Verulam

In recent months a great deal has been written about the reduction of snow loads on large areas of roofs, and it now seems clear that the reduction is in conformity with the intentions of CP 3: Chapter V. Mr. C. S. Westbrook adds to these comments: With reference to Mr. W. G. Ellis’s comments in the November issue, I too am aware that certain commercial organisations are interpreting the anomoly in CP 3: Chapter V: Part 1: Loading to their advantage and not in the interest of their clients, or what I feel was anticipated within the formulation of the Code. Verulam