My personal opinion is that a consensus is never possible. A compromise is possible in a lot of cases.
The other side of this is that I don't secure buildings to the layout in most cases. If they are permanently secured they sometimes get in the way of maintenance and cleaning.
Instead I locate them in place so they can't move sideways with pins. I generally use small 3/4 inch long nails and usually clip the heads off. Most buildings have open bottoms or some sort of opening. I figure out where I want to locate the building and mark at least two corners. I then measure from the these corners to the opening inside the building. I then locate the nails underneath on the layout where the opening in the bottom of the building will be. Then I can place the building on the layout on the locating pins. I can scenic around the building and still be able to lift it off if needed.
You can use the same technique with a permanent foundation, just use longer pins so they are above the height of the foundation. You make the foundation permanent but leave the building removable.
At MTH i would secure buildings with a block of wood in opposite corners, glued to the corner of the building on the inside and predrill and secure with a drywall screw from the underside, its good if the layout needs to be tilted or road transported like the York layout.
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