Structural Survey: Volume 27 Issue 1


Table of contents

Progressing the rights to light debate: Part 3: judicial attitudes to current practice

Paul Chynoweth

Aims to examine judicial attitudes to current surveying practice in rights to light disputes. Tests the assumption that the use of the Waldram methodology is endorsed by the…


The new Construction Act 2009: implications for building surveyors

Steve Donohoe

This paper aims to discuss forthcoming changes to the Housing Grants Regeneration and Construction Act 1996 following UK government consultation exercises. The paper seeks to…


Dutch standard for condition assessment of buildings

Ad Straub

This paper aims to provide insight into the use of a standard for condition assessment.


Modern methods of construction: Implications for housing asset management in the RSL sector

Jim Kempton, Paul Syms

The purpose of this paper is to present the current drive for 3 million new homes by 2020. The delivery of this number of homes is a challenge for the house building industry and…


Using building adaptation to deliver sustainability in Australia

Sara J. Wilkinson, Kimberley James, Richard Reed

This paper seeks to establish the rationale for existing office building adaptation within Melbourne, Australia, as the city strives to become carbon neutral by 2020. The problems…


Concrete manufacture with un‐graded recycled aggregates

A.E. Richardson, K. Coventry, S. Graham

The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether concrete that includes un‐graded recycled aggregates can be manufactured to a comparable strength to concrete manufactured from…




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