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Accessible flat roofS, balconies, etc. Access to roof space. Refuse chutes and alternate means for disposal of refuse. Change of use of building.
Design and construction of refuse chutes. Requirements for refuse receptacle chambers. Pipes and service ducts. Swimming pools. Steps and footway. Openings into swimming pool. Depth of water, Location of driving boards. Changing rooms. Foot-bath and shower. Private, residential swimming pools. Designation of purpose groups. Rules of.
Other walls and floors to be constructed as compartment walls or compartment floors. Separation of fire risk areas. Fire appliance access.
Separating walls. External walls. Beam or column. Cladding on external wall. Reference to Sixth Schedule. Relevant boundary.
Construction of separating walls. Special requirements as to compartment walls and compartment floors. Horizontal and vertical barriers at the external walls. Protected shafts. Ventilation to lift shafts. Openings in lift Shafts. Smoke detectors for lift lobbies. Fire mode of operation. Protected shafts as ventilating duct. Stages in places of assembly. Open stages. Fire precaution in air-conditioning systems.
Fire doors in compartment walls and separating walls. Half hour and one hour doors. Door closers for fire doors.
Measurement of travel distance to exits. Exits to be accessible at all times. Storey exits. Exit route. Egress through unenclosed openings. Horizontal exits. Emergency exit signs. Exit doors. Arrangement of storey exits. Calculation of occupant load. Computing storey exit widths. Computing number of staircases and staircase widths. Exits for institutional and other places of assembly. Classification of places of assembly. Spaced standards for calculating occupancy loads.
Width of means of egress. Rate of discharge. Gangways in places of assembly. Exit doors in places of assembly. Notice affixed to door of gate. Travel distance in places of assembly. Enclosing means of escape in certain buildings. External staircase.
Openings in adjacent walls not permitted. Moving walks. Power operated doors as means of egrees. Building with single staircase. Staircases to reach roof level. Smoke lobbies. Protected lobbies.
Ventilation of staircase enclosures. Ventilation of staircase enclosures in buildings not exceeding 18 metres. Ventilation ofstai"case enclosures in buildings exceedings 18 metres. Staircase enclosures below ground level. Pressurized system for staircase. Restriction ot spread of flame.
Classification of restriction of flame over surfaces of walls and ceilings.
Classification of interior finish materials. Classification of surface of wall or ceiling. Exceptions relating to ceilings. Reference to roofs. Reference to buildings. Construction of roofs. Roofing materials. Category designation for fire penetration and spread of flame on roof surface. Fire resistance. Additional requirements. Height of buildings. Single storey buildings.
Fire resistance of structural member. Application of these By-laws to floors. Floor area and capacity of buildings and compartments.
Test of fire resistance. Fire resistance for walls. Fire resistance for filoors above ground floor. Fire resistance for any element of structure. Detecting and extinguishing fire. Automatic system for hazardous occupancy. Portable extinguishers. Sprinkler valves. Means of access and fire fighting in buildings over Installation and testing of dry rising system. Installation and testing of wet rising system. Wet or dry rising system for buildings under construction.
Foam inlets. Underground structures and windowless buildings to have foam inlets. Fixed installations. Special hazards. Fire alarms. Command and control centre. Voice communication system. Electrical isolating switch. Special requirements for fire alarm systems.
Fire fighting access lobbies. Fire lifts. Standards required. Approval of D. Certification on completion. Water storage.. Marking on wet riser, etc. Smoke and heat venting. Natural draught smoke vent.
Smoke vents to be adequate to prevent dangerous accumulation of smoke. Smoke vents to be openable by Fire Authority. Emergency power system. Power of local authority to extend period, etc. Buildings exempted. Failure to buildings. These By-laws may be cited as the Uniform Building By-laws c..
In these By-laws, unless the context otherwise requires-- "Act" means the Street, Drainage and Building Act ; "advertisement hoarding" means any frame, hoarding, board, wall, bar, pillar, post, wire, or any combination of these, or any erection of any kind, or: TI supporting walling over an opening or recess; "load bearing", in relation to any part of a building its foundations, means that part of the building which bears a load other than that due to its own weight and to wind pressure on its own surface; "low lying land" means any land of which the surface is below flood level or which is so situated that it cannot at all times be efficiently drained by gravitation into an existing public surface water drain or water course; "meshn in relation to the measurement of materials, means the mesh of a sieve complying with BS Test.
Sieves; "mezzanine floor" means any floor interposed between the main floors of a building and includes any platform or landing of greater than 2. Part 8: I A local authority may if it is of the view that any plan. R""'""''''" drawing or calculation is beyond the competence of such qualified person submitting the same, return such plan, drawing or calculation.
Where under these By-laws any plan, drawing or calculation in relation to any building is required to be submitted by qualified person, no erection or continued erection of that building shall take place unless ,that qualified person or any person duly authorised by him undertakes the supervision of the erection and the setting out, where applicable, of that building.
J All building plans shall be deposited in triplicate or in as many copies as may be required by the local authority. Speda pcnnission 10 commence building operalions. Notice of COillplction of scnins out. Temporary ecnifioue of filneu for occupation. Jniil ccnirleatc or fitness lor ocCIpation.
Orfcncc under the Act. Open sp.. Fees in accordance with the First schedule to these By-Jaws shall be paid by persons who submit plans and specifications for approval in respect of buildings to be constructed or altered or for the issue of permits or. Every building which is erected shall, unless the local authority is of the opinion that in any particular case air space is otherwise sufficiently and petmanently provided for, have directly attached thereto an open space exclusively.
Provided that the local authority in its discretion may issue such a permit if it is satisfied that the free movement of air is not impeded or hindered. Space ilboul d. Acceu from a SlrCCI. I Subject to the specific requirement of Part VII, for a detached building there shall be not less than 2 metres clear space measured between the extreme projections.
Every building to be erected on a sitewhich does not front a street shall have access from a street and the means; nature and extent of the access shall be in accordance with a layout plan approved by the competent planning authority or the local authority. Between the levels of 2. I a The minimum size of each air-well where provided in all buildings shall be as follows: Ifor lavatories, water- closets and bathrooms shall be as follows: I Where permanent mechanical ventilation or air- conditioning is intended, the relevant building by-laws relating to natural ventilation, natural lighting and heights of rooms may be waived at the discretion of the local authority.
In all buildings, the sizes of latrines, water-closets and bathrooms shall be- a in the case of latrines or water-closets with pedestal-type closet fittings, not less than 1. I The height of rooms in residential bUildings other than shophouses shall be- a for living rooms and bedrooms, not less than 2. Minimum dimensions or latrines. Height of rooms in rc: Height of rooms in other huildings.
Provided that not part of any room shall be less than 2 metres in height. Where the depth of such shophouse at any upper floor level is greater than Where a balcony is provided for in places of public resort, the heights between the level of the topmost tier of the balcony and the ceiling over such topmost tier, and beiween the floor immediately under the balcony and the underside of the balcony, shall be not less than 3 metres in each case.
In buildings other than those specified in the preceding provisions of by-laws 44 and 45 the height of rooms on the ground floor shall not be less than 3 metres and on any floor above the ground floor shall not be less than 2.
Projections in the nature of- a beams; b stairways and landings; c screens; d blinds; and e signboards or advertisements; which are not less than 2. Riling mains Vehicular access to the site may be restricted to specified hours to avoid obstructing the flow of traffic if found to be necessary. In buildings which are designed to exceed i8. V Part 1 or as provided hereinafter in this Part: Provided that, if any actual imposed load will exceed or is likely to exceed the load so calculated, that actual load shall be subslituted for the load so calculated; and c wind loads shall be calculated in accordance with BSCP 3 Chap.
V Part 2: Provided that- aa in no case shall the factor S 3 be taken as less than 1; and bb if a building falls outside the range of those for which that code gives forces and pressure coefficients, values shall be used which are 23 Dead loads calculated from weigh! S of materiab us. Weight of panitioru. Where partitions are shown in the plalls, their actual weights shall be included in the dead load.
To provide for partitions where their positions are not shown on the plans, the beams and the floor slabs where these are capable of effective lateral distribution of the 24 The weight of tanks and other receptacles, and of their contents shall be treated as dead loads; account shall be taken of the load conditions when a tank or receptacle is full and when it is empty.
Conlents of tanb ind Reductions in tote! The concentrated load should be considered to act at the same time as the distributed load and may be treated as a short term load. TABLE 1: Internal """'""'. Amount of Juspcnded load, Dynamic loading. For roof slopes between 30" and 75", the imposed load to be allowed for may be obtained by linear interpolation between 0.
Temporary certificate of fitness for occupation Partial certificate of fitness for occupation Offence under the Act Commencement of building operation Space about detached buildings Dynamic loading Imposed roof loads Dead loads calculated from weights of materials used Responsibility of persons granted temporary permits Mechanical ventilation and air-conditioning Open spaces to be provided Amount of suspended load Open spaces not to be altered or roofed General requirements of loading Dead and imposed loads Vehicular access to site Projections over the street and over the building line Minimum area of rooms in residential buildings Building materials Reduction in total imposed floor loads Contents of tanks and other receptacles Splayed corners Mechanical stacking Cancellation of temporary permits Height of rooms in residential buildings.
Minimum dimensions of latrines. Heights of rooms in buildings Natural lighting and ventilation Access from a street Weight of partitions Space about buildings on lots abutting a street and having no back lane Imposed loads on ceilings. Imposed floor loads Roof coverings Curved roofs Air-wells Places of public resorts Width of footway Internal suspended loads on primary structural members Space about buildings abutting a street and a back lane Crane gantry girders. Use of millimetre brickwork and concrete blocks in loadbearing walls Non load-bearing partitions Strip foundations Combustible materials adjoining smoke flues Chases Drainage of subsoil Foundations Space below floors to be ventilated Measurement of the length of a wall Parapets and balustrades Foundations under external and party walls Party walls Timber floors Timbers built into party walls Recesses Fences and boundary walls Nominal thickness of walls Cooking facilities in residential buildings Openings in party walls Handrails Prevention of dampness Use of timber staircases Foundations of buildings not exceeding four storeys No obstructions in staircases Maximum flights Roofs coverings and drainage.
Basement walls and floors Winders Vehicle barriers for car parks Enclosure of staircases in a shop Dimensions of staircases External panel walls Building site Underpinning Foundations below invert of drains Protection against soil erosion.
Reinforced concrete foundations Projections in brickwork Cooking facilities in quarters Timber roofs Lighting and ventilation of staircases Bearing of joists Brick footings Fire mode of operation Refuse chutes and alternate means for disposal of refuse Other walls and floors to be constructed as compartment walls or compartment floors Protected shafts Separating walls Designation of purpose groups Lifts Special requirements as to compartment walls and compartment floors Open stages Changing rooms Fire appliance access Provision of compartment walls and compartment floors Fire precaution in air-conditioning systems Smoke detectors for lift lobbies Swimming pools Location of driving boards Protected shafts as ventilating duct Pipes and service ducts Construction of separating walls Cladding on external wall Ventilation to lift shafts Reference to Sixth Schedule Protected shafts consisting of staircase Stages in places of assembly Access to refuse receptacle chambers Interpretation Emergency mode of operation in the event of mains power failure External walls Rules of measurement Openings in lift shafts Depth of water Change of use of building Floor in building exceeding 30 metres in height to be constructed as compartment floor Foot-bath and shower Requirements for refuse receptacle chambers Accessible flat roofs.
Access to roof space Design and construction of refuse chutes Relevant boundary Beam or column Horizontal and vertical barriers at the external walls Steps and footway Separation of fire risk areas Openings into swimming pool Staircases Roofing materials Reference to roofs Classification of places of assembly Exit details for places of assembly Notice affixed to door of gate Storey exits Restriction of spread of flame Measurement of travel distance to exits Exits to be accessible at all times Exit route Exits for institutional and other places of assembly Openings in adjacent walls not permitted Enclosing means of escape in certain buildings Classification of restriction of flame over surfaces of walls and ceilings Classification of interior finish materials