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The Industrial Evolution of the Arts: Chicago's Auditorium Building (1889–) as Cultural Machine

In Search of Industrial Order: The Case of Nuremberg's Building Masters, 1887–1914

In Search of Industrial Order: The Case of Nuremberg's Building Masters, 1887–1914

LEA, Frederick (Measham) (1900 - 1984), Director of Building Research, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1946–65

Reilly, Paul (1912 - 1990), Director: Conran Design Group; The Building Trades Exhibition Ltd; Director, Design Council (formerly Council of Industrial Design), 1960–77

SHEPPARD, Richard (Herbert) (1910 - 1982), Founder and now Consultant to Sheppard Robson, Architects, whose work includes universities, schools and technical colleges, industrial and commerical buildings

Did Manual Workers Want Industrial Welfare? Canteens, Latrines and Masculinity on British Building Sites 1918–1970

BRIDGEMAN, (John) Michael (1931 - 2013), Chief Registrar of Friendly Societies and Industrial Assurance Commissioner, 1982–91; First Commissioner (Chairman), Building Societies Commission, 1986–91

Hazards of the Job: From Industrial Disease to Environmental Health Science. By Christopher C. Sellers. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press and Safety First: Technology, Labor, and Business in the Building of American Work Safety, 1870–1939. By Mark Aldrich. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press

FINNISTON, (Harold) Montague (1912 - 1991), business industrial consultant since 1980; Chairman: H. M. Finniston Ltd, since 1980; Finance for Housing Ltd (formerly Building Trust Management Co.), since 1981; KCA Drilling Group PLC, since 1983; Industrial Technology Securities Ltd, since 1984; Sherwood BC, since 1986; Mulholland Ltd, since 1987; Nene Instruments, since 1987; ABACUS Simulations Ltd, since 1988; Tricuspid Systems Ltd, since 1989; Director: Cluff Resources PLC, since 1976; Caledonian Heritable Estates Ltd, since 1982; British Nutrition Foundation, since 1982; Combined Capital Ltd, since 1983; Information Technology Training Accreditation Council, since 1985; Harold Hartley Engineering Centre Ltd, since 1985

 

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Factories and ancillary premises used for manufacturing a product or for carrying on a trade in which goods are subjected to any process. For qualifying buildings there is a special category of capital allowance, known as industrial-buildings allowance. The writing-down allowance of 4% is calculated using the straight-line method. The allowance is based on the cost of the building including the cost of preparing the land, but excluding the cost of the land itself. The same allowance is available for certain agricultural and commercial buildings, including some hotels. An allowance of 100% of building cost is available for qualifying buildings in a designated enterprise zone.

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