This written assessment is deliberation of legal advice for the client, James, based on his dispute with his neighbour Lisa; this shall be achieved by means of critical analysis and full reference of pertinent authority to complement the scope of case facts. With due consideration of the facts present we
Since its construction in 1799, Ash-Lawn Highland underwent constant structural additions, renovations, and modifications for nearly 131 years. It is the scope of my research assignment to identify the various architectural styles and historical changes in the structure from 1799 to 1930.
Gary Lieberman at AMEC does not believe this property would warrant any borings at this time. From his experience and what he knows about the property there isn’t any sign of “contamination” and no Bradford Manufacturing areas neighbored the area close enough to raise concern. He recommends a title search which would identify historical “industrial” uses.
The Rocks With its glorious old sandstone buildings (which gave the area its name), The Rocks a hodgepodge of cobblestone streets dating back to the city’s settlement. Sydney's convict history can be seen in historic pubs and
1. Australian Standards Several Australian Standards have been identified through the early stages of preliminary research. The purpose of these standards is to ensure structural safety for the Australian community in the present and in future. The Building Code of Australia (BCA) comes up with the required codes and requirement that ought to be followed whenever a structure is being laid. Among these standards are the AS 5100 bridge design, the AS 3600 concrete design and the AS 4100 steel structure design standards.
I have many great childhood memories at that location. In the 21st century economic practice must be both smart and sustainable. Despite the perceived economic benefits, this serves as another sprawl policy rather than being strategic to promote infill development and other opportunities at wealth. The construction of this neighborhood area violates historic preservation laws ignoring both the significant environmental benefits and traditions closely knitted to Colorado values of being a uniquely pioneer western state. Dinosaur fossils are not readily found throughout the county it would be a shame to construct on such historic areas.
SUMMARY INTRODUCTION In this Preliminary Public Health Assessment (Pre-PHA), we evaluated exposure of the Milneburge neighborhood community to contaminants in response to their public health complaint with the City of New Orleans. . The homeowners in the neighborhood started to complain of nausea, headache, and dyspnea when they work in their back
The timbers were thought to indicate timber-lacing in the walls but are likely to support a wall- walk or a similar structure. Carbon dating has given us an age range of AD340 and AD610, which is according to MacKie (1969) for the construction of the fort. It has been
To the reader of this book, who is only aware of Wood Lane in its modern form, it is a product of the age of coal; furthermore, terraced housing and 19th century chapels have formed its structure in living memory. This modern composition hides Wood Lane’s past well, for, in varying forms, it is at least six and possibly eight hundred years
The oldest part of Stonehenge, called Stonehenge I (constructed ca. 3100 BCE), consists of little more than a circular ditch dug in the soil of the Salisbury plain, with the excess soil piled up to make an embankment approximately six feet tall. This area is approximately three hundred thirty feet in diameter, and encompasses “Stonehenge proper” – the familiar circles of massive stones that once stood
3.2 Early Medieval Monument Reuse The idea of medieval peoples building on the sites of prehistoric remains in order to create a sense of continuity is not a new one. It has been suggested that prehistoric monuments may have been used in early medieval times as a political tool, incorporating them into newly built sites of power (Bradley 1987, 4-5). While the specific uses of these prehistoric monuments vary regionally, there appears to be an interest in creating associations with the past throughout early medieval Britain. In his influential work on monument reuse, Richard Bradley points to Yeavering as an example: a prehistoric site abandoned and then reused as a burial site in the post-Roman period. He argues that, during a time of “conflict
Unit 7 – Construction and maintenance of buildings Assignment 1 P1.1: Desktop Surveys – This survey takes place before the site has been visited and before construction has begun which is during the very early stages of planning. The survey involves a number of different things like the internet, books, maps, geological maps
* It gained the title of Capital of Culture 2008 * Old sites, such as the Garden festival site has been which had now been derelict for 20 years has been purchased for re - re development. This shows continued investment and development in the area highlighting the success of the scheme.