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Wind Codes The growing complexity of Codes and the wind Code, BS 6399, in particular, continues to raise comment. In reacting to Mr R.T. Bennett's comments (Verulam, 18 Februay 1997) Mr M. G. Searle from Oxford writes: I agree with Mr Bennett’s remarks on using the new BS 6399 and have simplified its use (out of frustration) for standard portal framed structures by the use of unity for many of the various S and C values. Verulam