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Too Many Codes Spoil the Buildings

The new edition of the Buildings Regulations became effective on 11 November 1985, with BS 8110 receiving ‘approved document’ status. We have, of course, long awaited the publication of the revision to CP 110:1972 and following several false alarms (notably, one in 1982, two or three in 1983, and even more in 1984) we were delivered of the new issue in September 1985. R. Wayment