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Units................................................ Tens................................................ Hundreds............................................ Thousands........................................... Tens of thousands..................................... Hundreds of thousands................................ Millions (thousands of thousands)....................... 1 10 100 1,000 10,000 100,000 1,000,000 ROMAN NUMERALS I........................ II....................... III......................

The top of the existing chimneys are to be raised to the same height as the top of the chimneys in the taller building or the top of the taller building, whichever is the higher. There are penalties upon conviction for failure to comply with a council’s notice in this connection. There is also facility for appealing to a magistrates’ court against the requirement. Cellars Anyone wishing to construct a cellar which is lower than the ordinary level of subsoil water as part of a house, shop, inn, hotel or office must get consent from the local authority.

The person intending to carry out work and his approved inspector are each required to tell the local authority of the arrangement. This is achieved by completing a form called an ‘initial notice’. When these notices are sent to a council they must be accompanied by some plans and evidence of insurance cover relating to the work. If an initial notice is accepted by the council, the approved inspector may then undertake the prescribed functions with respect to the inspection of plans, supervision of the work and the giving of certificates and notices.

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