Building alteration

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Building alteration

Construction in a building that changes the structure, equipment or location of openings, without increasing the overall area or dimensions; as distinct from additions to an existing structure.


Construction in a building which may change the structural parts, mechanical equipment, or location of openings, but does not increase the overall area of dimensions of the building.
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A two-week consultation is being carried out to hear residents' views on what services and activities should be provided at a proposed new hub in Fairwater Library building, with some anticipated minor building alterations and modifications.
The previous paediatric outpatient department had become enclosed because of other recent building alterations so was a bit dark so wasn't so suitable for children," she said.
But officers at Wirral council, which owns the building, have recommended they do not get the lease on the property because of concerns over traffic and building alterations needed to turn the former arts centre into a primary school.
This could mean making substantial building alterations.
USF's services will also include managing, planning, organizing, scheduling, coordinating, and executing large-scale building alterations and modification requirements - as required by the City - in addition to performing equipment systems operation, maintenance and repair, and preventive maintenance.
B&Bs have to meet standards set by local and central government on many different areas, and you may face expensive building alterations before earning any cash.
BHDP is providing architectural counsel for the building alterations, and George Stinson of CB Richard Ellis is directing an aggressive leasing program for the remodeled facility.
WALES' oldest churches and chapels could be subject to strict new rules on building alterations following a review of controls on listed buildings.
Alan's friend, builder Rob Boscott, has volunteered to do the building alterations to their house in Wolston, Coventry building firm Hayley- Rowe Builders offered them materials and members of the church's youth group have volunteered their labour.
Many small independent home owners - who for years have complained about the level of allowances paid by the city council - said the building alterations would force many out of business.
Mrs Giess, who is waiting for building alterations to be carried out at their Coventry home before her husband can return permanently, is furious about the incident last Monday night.
A COVENTRY woman claims a housing association is dragging its feet over building alterations to aid her paralysed husband.

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