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Architects' Legal Handbook Architectural

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Press (ButterworthHeinemann),2000, especially chapter 'Planning Law in England & Wales', by Sir Desmond Heap and Andrew Fraser-Urquhart, page 255 (see also 'Planning Law in Scotland', by Steven Stuart and 'Planning Law in Northern Ireland', by William Orb

This book cannot be recommended highly enough. Its subtitle, 'the law for architects' sounds more like an instruction than a description. It is certainly the bible. The sections are refreshingly easy to read while conveying everything you might reasonably be expected to know about legislation and how to keep yourself out of trouble. Essential for practitioners and students alike, it is a pleasure to dip into.

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