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Reviewing Codes of Practice Ron Hughes, writing from W. Horsley, Surrey, adds to his previous contribution (18 April ’00): What I had in mind when I suggested that the Institution should open the batting on the subject of Codes of Practice for the construction industry was that it should get together a small working party to look at the suitability of the present system and make recommendations for improvement or replacement.

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