Then look no further! This handy and affordable guide is a time-saver for both professionals and enthusiasts. The information is sensibly organised by building element rather than by regulation, so that you can quickly lay your hands on whatever you need to know from whichever document. The authors' practical and no-nonsense advice will enable you to comply with the regulations in the simplest and most cost-effective manner. The benefits and requirements of each regulation are clearly explained, as are history, current status, associated documentation and how local authorities and councils view their importance. qBuilding Regulations in Brief is true to its title and summarizes succinctly the requirements of the Building Act.q qBy pure chance I purchased a copy of Building Regulations in Brief and now it accompanies me everywhere.q qBuilding practice, techniques, components and procedures are clearly detailed with supplementary references to regulations and relevant standards.q qCost-effective alternative to forking out for all the Regs!q qA reference book like this has been long overdue.qSocket outlets Where necessary, socket outlets should comply with the requirements of Part M. Socket outlets should be wall-mounted. Socket outlets that will accept unearthed (2-pin) plugs must not be used to supply equipment that needs toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Building Regulations in Brief|
|Author||:||Ray Tricker, Rozz Algar, Samantha Alford|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2010-11-18|