Dear Fife Council,
I’m currently in the process of compiling local authority information of addresses where non-traditional methods have been used.
Several mass building projects for local authority houses were constructed using prefabricated or in-situ techniques such as concrete or steel and often had trade names such as Reema, Wates, Cornish etc. These are both pre and post war. Some of these types were subject to further investigation under the Housing Act 1985.
I would be grateful if you could forward and information you hold of information relating to such dwellings in your local authority. Even if the information is limited it would be of great use. Some local authorities have provided lists showing the road, number and type to assist with identification.
Steven Lees, BSc(Hons), MRICS
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Dear Steven Lees,
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION (SCOTLAND) ACT 2002 â€“ REQUEST FOR INFORMATION
Thank you for your information request received on 24/11/2016 regarding Housing Construction our ref: 15401. This is being dealt with in terms of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.
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Dear Steven Lees,
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION (SCOTLAND) ACT 2002 – REQUEST FOR INFORMATION - our
I refer to your email dated and received 24/11/2016 regarding
Non-traditional residential housing..
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meets your requirements.
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