|Individual Assignment Brief|
This assignment will be based around part B4 of the Building Regulations.
Part A (1500 words)
Write an individual report reviewing the requirements for space separation between buildings and the issues associated with external fire spread. The report should include detailed critical analyses/discussions and should cover:
Part B (1500 words)
For the elevation of the JB Firth building that faces the Maudland building, provide detailed calculations of how allowable unprotected areas (UPA) should be determined when considering buildings on the same site (uploaded as presentation file).
Note: in site plan pdf check each building position I highlight it in PDF with note
For this part of the assignment you should assume that the JB Firth building is about to be built (uploaded site plan).
The report should also propose alternative methods/solutions that could potentially be used to increase the allowable UPA on this elevation of the JB Firth building
The word limit for parts A and B is 3,000 words (+/-10%). This excludes footnotes but includes quotations. The word count must be printed on the top right hand corner of your work.
It is your responsibility to ensure that your work is neatly and accurately presented.
The work must be:
Marks may be deducted for failure to follow these instructions. Please look at the Student Guide to Assessment for more information.
All academic writing must be referenced. If you use other people’s ideas without referencing them you are plagiarising their work.
Use the Harvard system of referencing within your text. This will take the form: surname, year of publication, page number, and is enclosed within brackets, for example (Bradley 1998, 277). At the end of your essay you should provide an alphabetical list of all the works you cite
Use the Numeric System of referencing within your text. At every point in the text where a reference is made, insert a number (in brackets or superscript) and then list the references numerically at the end of your work.
The use of work produced for another purpose by you, working alone or with others, must be acknowledged.
Copying from the works of another person (including Internet sources) constitutes plagiarism, which is an offence within the University’s regulations. Brief quotations from the published or unpublished works of another person, suitably attributed, are acceptable. You must always use your own words except when using properly referenced quotations.
You are advised when taking notes from books or other sources to make notes in your own words, in a selective and critical way.
This assessment will test your ability to meet the learning outcomes as described in your module booklet, specifically: