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Verulam

Mr Boyd Auger returns to our discussion of his article in Architects’ Journal from which we quoted (November 1979): My thanks to Verulam (March 1980) for his comments, with most of which I agree. On one point he is wrong. The RIBA now has over 80 members on BSI committees of which 11 are CSB. These include the committees concerned with CP 110, CP 112, BS 449 (B20), CP 2004 and CP 5628. Obviously, architects can play only a limited role on committees of this type, and few belong to any specialist subcommittees where much of the action is now concentrated. If there is any further correspondence on this subject I would be pleased if Verulam would correct this point. Verulam