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Building in London the London Building (Constructional) By-laws 1972-1979 (consolidated text) with summaries of the British Standards to which reference is made therein. by

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Published by British Standards Institution in (London .
Written in English


  • Building laws -- England -- London.,
  • Construction industry -- Law and legislation -- England -- London.

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Includes index.

SeriesBSI handbook -- 21, B.S. (Series) -- 21., BSI handbook
ContributionsBritish Standards Institution., Greater London Council.
The Physical Object
Pagination124 p. :
Number of Pages124
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19710110M

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