Building A And Country Planning

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BUILDING A – A CATTLE COURT WITH CENTRAL FEED PASS TO HOUSE 100 FATTENING CATTLE

1 Contribution made by three of the construction industry professionals
Architect – John Wink Design
Makes sure that the structure is built to design spec in accordance with British standards. Architects are generally good at ensuring the work is professionally done – that it meets the requirements of building control and that you have a structural engineer if you need one. The Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1972 requires any one proposing to develop land to first obtain planning permission from the Local Authority. However, in the case of most agricultural buildings, planning permission is deemed to be granted under the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Scotland) Order 1992 and express planning permission is not therefore required.
Structural Engineer – Charles W Pirie
A structural engineer designs the overall shed. The person specifies the weight to withstand weather elements such as mass of snow on the roof, making sure the cements deep enough for the pods to sit in and how big the water gutters got to be to take the water. Structural Engineers also produce drawings and specifications, perform calculations, review the work of other engineers, write reports and evaluations, and observe construction sites.
Project Manager – Charles W Pirie
A project manager is required for constructions that are within a deadline and making sure it
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