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Building Safety Act update - 031123
Approved Document Part B, Fire Safety - 171122
Approved Documents Part F, Ventilation - 290922
Approved Documents Part L, Vol 1&2 - 220922
Approved Document O & S - 150922
Fire Safety Update - 200122
Common issues with domestic extensions - a recipe for success - 091221
Basic Smoke Control in Common Parts of Flats - 150421
Active Fire Precautions - 260321
Part M Volume 2 - 250221
Accessibility & Facilities – The Variable Requirements in Part M Vol 1 - 110221
Active Fire Precautions - 111220
Residential fire safety - Design and Flexibility - 111220
Commercial Buildings - 111220
CDM 2015 and the Principal Designer - 111220
Common Issues with Loft Conversions - 181121
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