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Journal of Building Survey, Appraisal & Valuation is the essential peer-reviewed journal for building surveyors, structural engineers and other professionals concerned with building condition, defects, valuation, repair and maintenance.

Published quarterly and guided by an expert Editor and Editorial Board, each 100-page issue – published both in print and online – contains in-depth, practical articles on building condition, defects, valuation, repair and maintenance written by and for leading surveying professionals. The journal provides detailed, actionable advice on the latest thinking, techniques and instrumentation available to the surveyor in the diagnosis and repair of building defects, as well as valuation and legal and regulatory updates - with no advertising.

Publisher: Henry Stewart Publications

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Volume 6 / Number 2 / Autumn 2017

Editorial

A dose of Deansgate Disorder
pp. 104-105(2)
Author: McLean, Simon

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Practice articles

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The impact of architecture on sustainability
pp. 118-130(13)
Author: Walker, Derek

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Right to light: Heaney update — injunction damages
pp. 131-135(5)
Author: McKenna, Ian

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Break clause update
pp. 150-157(8)
Author: Laurie, Ian

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Liquidated damages and penalty clauses: Where are we now?
pp. 171-176(6)
Authors: Sutton, Graham; Rzedzian, Jan

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Design and defects: Responsibilities and liabilities
pp. 177-183(7)
Author: Harris, Philip

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Article NEC4
pp. 184-185(2)
Author: Collingwood, Martin

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JCT 2016: What is New?
pp. 186-187(2)
Author: Collingwood, Martin

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