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Central Issue, No 9

Includes articles on: PCL Art Collection; maintenance grant decisions deferred; Ivory Coast Students at PCL; Hailsham Fund set up; PCL adapts to the disabled; Philippines Human Settlements Regulatory Committee visit to PCL; profile of Rus Gandy, Dean of Management Studies; Royal Commonwealth Society lunch-time meetings; Sixth-Form Study Days; Christmas Goodwill Fund; departure of Ursula Bailes.

Central Issue, No 12

Includes articles on: New Cavendish Street featured in Museum of Modern Art, New York, exhibition; computerised Library; new heads of Degree Studies in Languages and Recreation Unit; new manager of Computer Services; visit from top young surgeons from USA; Student's Union Elections; exhibitions and lectures; Adapting buildings for the Handicapped [disabled]

Central Issue, No 27

Includes articles on: bazaar nets over the ton for nursery toys; Academic Registrar Malcolm Orr leaves for Australia; careers centres success; APT talk on trade union role; archive news; study tours of East Anglia; disabled persons; study skills conference; staff Christmas lunch; PCL Diary; appointments, resignations, retirements and vacancies; new dean Charlotte Chambers.

Clarion, No 3

Independent Newspaper of the Polytechnic produced fortnightly by the Public Relations Office.

Includes articles on: students' scholarships to go to China and Taiwan; redesign of PCL logo; news and awards; computer centre for the disabled; the future for graduates; diary; letters; London correspondent of Pravda addresses meeting at PCL; vacancies.

Clarion, No 15

Independent Newspaper of the Polytechnic produced fortnightly by the Public Relations Office.

Includes articles on: Manpower Services Commission funding; mature students compared with young students; media studies student wins literary prize; PCL 150th anniversary; the drugs and booze culture; making sense of statistics; disabled access; Institute of Biotechnological Studies; All in a Day's Work: the PCL Nursery; diary; vacancies.

Departments of Architecture, Building, Social and Environmental Planning and Surveying: Short Full-time Post-Graduation Courses

Leaflet produced by the Departments of Architecture, Building, Planning & Surveying with brief details of courses including:
Introduction to Building; The Management of Building Maintenance - Module 1; Computers by Town Planners; Statistical Applications for Quantity Surveyors; Energy Economy in Housing; Implementation of Interdisciplinary Operations; Designing for Handicapped Children; The Management of Building Maintenance - Module 2; Cost Control of Mechanical and Electrical Services; The Metropolitan Area Green Belt; Recreation Planning and Design; Urban Renewal of Twilight Areas; Project teaching in Higher Education; Focus on Housing.

School of the Environment: Short Courses

Booklet listing brief details for short full-time postgraduation courses, including:
Fork Lift Trucks; Introduction to Building; Designing for Handicapped Children; Urban Design; Building Economics or Quantity Surveyors in Central and Local Government Services; Data Retrieval and Spatial manipulation for Town Planners; Arbitrations; The Management of Building maintenance; The Environmental Potential and Economics of cable Structures; Mini-Mechanisation; Economic Design, Construction and Buildability; Civil Engineering Quantities; Mini-computers for Quantity Surveyors; Component Design and development; Recreation Planning and Design; Architectural Project management; Perception and Communication in the City; Institute of Building; the Metropolitan Area Green Belt; Urban renewal of twilight Areas; Teaching Methods in Building courses; Art, system and creative process; Focus on Housing.

School of the Environment: Short Courses

Booklet listing brief details for short full-time postgraduation courses, including:

Full-time day courses, mostly lasting from 2-5 days:
Management of development; Introduction to Concrete Bridge Design; Steel Connections; Project Management for Students; Arbitrations; London Concillors; Design of Brickwork and Blockwork for Appearance; The Management of Building Maintenance; Design for Energy Conservation; Urban Design; Tubular Structures; Building Economics; Specifications for Limit State Concrete; Rural Transport Seminar; How to Cure Gazumping; Contract Situations; Foundation, Piling and Earthworks; Statutory Provisions Affecting Property; Environmental Design Workshop; Introduction to Steel Design; Urban Management; The Law of Contract, with particular reference to the Standard Forms; Urban development Operations; Adapting Buildings for the Handicapped; Claims and the Building Industry; Bunkers and Silos; Airport Economics; Local Plan Inquiries; Computer Applications for Quantity Surveyors; Urban Policy Integration and Implementation; Senior Architects Project Management; Development Control Inquiries; Bankruptcy Problems in the Construction Industry; Composite Bridge Design; Conference: A Decade of Plan Implementation; Composite Floors; Public Transport Planning; Professional Negligence; Institute of Building; Site Investigation; Industrial Structures; Partnerships in the Building Profession.

Part-time evening courses:
Cost Control and Building Economics; Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors; Town Planning and Building Law; Heavy Foundations and Coffer Dam Practice; Soil Mechanics Instrumentation; Principles of perspective; Perspective, Freehand Drawing and Rendering; Measurement of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Services. Includes the Habitat Forum series.

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