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Design for wind loading The most recent contribution to this extended discussion was in our issue of 20 December, when Mr Haseltine was still disposed to challenge the view that had been expressed by John Mayne of the Building Research Establishment (21 June 1988) that the wind pressures in the 1972 Code had a sounder basis than correspondents were ascribing to them. In this controversial issue we are pleased to have received, from Mr A. P. Robertson of the AFRC Institute of Engineering Research, an account of some results from measurements of wind pressures on full- scale low-rise buildings at its station at Silsoe. Verulam