It is a great disappointment to find that such an excellent article dealing with the Hyde Housing Association prefabricated flat development (6 August, page 38) failed to mention the approved inspector for Building Regulations or the important role played by the staff of our central London office.
This project was, as the article states, prefabricated in Poland. To ensure that the work when finally built would comply with the Building Regulations, two members of our staff visited the works and inspected the modules in various stages of completion.
The flats were originally designed to Polish standards and we compared those with the Building Regulations. Our structural engineers did extensive work checking the structural calculations and comparing these with the Polish standards to ensure that they too met the requirements of the Building Regulations.
While all other consultants are mentioned there is seldom mention of the approved inspector. Please can this situation be rectified?
David Rundle, chief executive, Butler & Young