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Introduction The development of a national railway network in the United Kingdom was inextricably linked with the progress of the Industrial Revolution. Railways dominated and pervaded British society and economy for over 100 years and even now their influence is still strong.
The first paper in this series identified the plight of empty buildings and explored the legilation that applies. It concluded that existing legal safeguards are inadequate and the few permissive powers of protection that do exist are rarely used by local authorities. The second looked at the...
You know about the celebrated encyclopaedia entry Snakes in Ireland There are no snakes in Ireland. Well, see above there is no conservation in Bombay.
Introduction In a recent paper in this journal, Campbell outlined some of the techniques and problems associated with the demolition of existing structures and touched upon the possibility of recycling the debris from this process. This reflects the growing awareness among the general public,...
The new system of building control which came into effect a few months ago brought many changes some basic legal changes
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