balcony

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balcony

A platform that projects from a wall,usually surrounded by some sort of guard structure to prevent falls.

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5m renovation programme in the area which includes improvements to the exterior of Parc Bodnant"An inspection by a structural engineer showed the balconies were unsafe and were also creating damp problems into downstairs flats so they will be removed for the safety of our tenants and visitors to the area.
Never jump into the pool from your balcony and take extra care on balconies after drinking alcohol.
An FCO spokesman said: ''We really do urge people to avoid taking risks around balconies, particularly if you have been drinking.
Owners of both new and older residential buildings will be forced to install protection on windows and balconies.
Schock engineers note that they effective thermal insulation methods reduces the risk of high levels of condensation, mold formation and associated damage caused along the ceiling slabs interior of the balconies.
According to a top police officer, all these children fell from balconies and windows due to the negligence of their parents who failed to watch their children and secure their balconies and windows.
Sharjah: Authorities in Sharjah have doubled the fines for unsightly balconies.
Seven cases of toddlers and young children falling to their death from windows and balconies have taken place in the UAE between 2013-2014, of which four were in Sharjah.
The campaign was started after three British tourists died last year after falling from balconies.
The Giant Bicycle headquarters building uses illuminated "cut-out" balconies on the facade to strengthen the company's identity.
He's now the face of a Foreign Office campaign to prevent accidents involving young people on balconies at holiday resorts.
Jake, of Dovecot, sustained a catalogue of injuries following the accident in Magaluf in May last year and is now the face of a Foreign Office campaign to prevent accidents involving young people on balconies at popular holiday resorts.