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Approval for Building Regulations - and the use of ‘structural design programs’ Mr R. R. Stagg, on 20 October, expressed concern regarding what he saw as the excessive reliance, in submissions for building control purposes, on calculations as presented by computer printouts from ‘structural design programs’. This topic has been taken up in a letter from Denis Wall of Dalkey in County Dublin: Being a late entrant to building control in the Dublin area a dozen years ago, I considered that the ‘checking of calculations’ was a very barren exercise, given that the builder never sees them. Verulam