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  • Comment on: Why did these architects become full-time climate change activists?

    s hay's comment 21 May, 2019 4:43 pm

    I worked in Swansea last year; being incensed by the cancellation of the Swansea Barrage, I wrote to my MP asking if they only represented the Home Counties. My (young)Tory MP explained to me that the sums did not add up and they preferred to import gas.
    Elected politicians may not be the right people to solve anything unless their feet are held to the fire, and yes the Tories, only represent the Home counties. I applaud the protesters who are taking on the indolent electorate and their elected representatives.

  • Comment on: Exclusive: Architectural expert sacked from Grenfell inquiry

    s hay's comment 26 June, 2018 12:51 pm

    It has been widely reported that the building regulations namely ADB2 is confusing. 12.5 and 12.7 are actually clear they proscribe materials below the threshold of limited combustibility if used in a building over 18m. In this case an alternative justification is required, look forward to hearing what strategy was adopted.

  • Comment on: WAF: Norman Foster lashes out at the ‘madness of Brexit’

    s hay's comment 21 November, 2017 11:15 am

    If you have a disagreement with a difficult group blowing your brains out is not generally considered to be a rational response.