Author: David Blockley
1 May 2020
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This month's letters discuss shell structures, the cost of professional indemnity insurance, UK planning procedures, and offer further thoughts on floor loadings and embodied carbon.
Brian Clancy responds to continued recent discussion of subsidence matters with a call for structural engineers to develop the skills (and willingness) to investigate insurance claims and also to inspect and appraise existing buildings more widely.
Chris Vaughan raises a number of objections to a Viewpoint by Colin Jolly published in April, and the two debate UK planning and building control procedures.