Building and Buildings: The Building Operations (Scotland) Regulations 1963
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These regulations, made under section 5 of the Building (Scotland) Act 1959, provide for the safety of the public during building or demolition works. They make provision for the separation of a building or a building site from roads or other places by the erection of protective works. They also provide for the clearance of footpaths and for securing or closing against entry to a building site when building or demolition is not in progress
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