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Verulam (readers' letters - January 2019)

This month's letters address the Eurocodes again; consider whether it is preferable to demolish or dismantle unsafe tower blocks; return to the topic of subsidence; discuss the inspection opportunities made possible by photos on Google Maps; and relate an interesting tale about wind speeds.

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