An Aspect Marking Construction Shared by Two Typologically by Shinji Ido

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The Highways Act 1980 … Determines layout and construction of roads and pavements. The Building Act 1984 … Effects the Building Regulations 2000. which enforce minimum material and design standards. The Civic Amenities Act 1967 … Establishes conservation areas, providing local authorities with greater control of development. The Town & Country Amenities Act 1974 … Local authorities empowered to prevent demolition of buildings and tree felling. Procedure : ~ Outline Planning Application … This is necessary for permission to develop a proposed site.

22 mm) 9 Á 26 1 6 Á 82 Planking, softwood strip flooring (ex. 25 mm) 1 1 Á 20 .. .. .. .. .. hardwood .. .. .. .. .. 16Á10 Plasterboard (9Á 5 mm) 8Á 30 .. .. .. .. (12Á 5 mm) 1 1Á 00 .. .. .. .. (19 mm) 17Á 00 Plywood per 25 mm 1 Á 75 PVC floor tiling (2Á 5 mm) 3Á 90 Strawboard (25 mm) 9Á 80 Weatherboarding (20 mm) 7Á 6 8 Woodwool (25 mm) 1 4Á 50 33 Typical Weights of Building Materials and Densities Weight (kg/m2) Material INSULATION Glass fibre thermal (100 mm) 2Á 00 ..

Whichever hatchings are chosen throughout they must be used consistently the whole set of drawings. In large areas it is not always necessary to hatch the whole area. Symbols ~ these are graphical representations and should wherever possible be drawn to scale but above all they must be consistent for the whole set of drawings and clearly drawn. 36 Drawings—Hatchings, Symbols and Notations 37 Drawings—Using Hatchings and Symbols 38 Planning Application Principal legislation : ~ The Town & Country Planning Act 1990 … Effects control over volume of development, appearance and layout of buildings.

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