The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 60 (1982) > Issues > Issue 12 > Future Building Regulations
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Future Building Regulations

Building Regulations-whether fees for building control, private certification, form and content, extension of the national regulations to Inner London-have been under active consideration by the Institution in discussions with the Department of the Environment, on the one hand, and with the Institution membership, on the other, for nearly 4 years. In the notes that follow Mr James Sutherland (Harris & Sutherland; Chairman of the Institution’s Working Party on Building Regulations; member of the Building Regulations Advisory Committee), Mr Stefan Tietz (S. B. Tietz & Partners; member of the Institution’s Working Party; member of the Joint Committee on Building Legislation), and Mr Raymond Cousins (Cyril Blumfield & Partners; member of the Joint Committee) give their personal views on Building Regulations. These views should stimulate much discussion from the floor-and in writing from those unable to attend on 13 January 1983. R.J.M. Sutherland, S.B. Tietz and R.J.R. Cousins