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Last edited 28 Mar 2019
Bespoke doorsets and windows
|A single or small number of doorsets or windows installed within a development (normally no more than 4 homes) of unique design with nonstandard features which preclude the use of conventional enhanced security door and window products. Doorsets or windows installed within buildings of specific architectural value, constrained by listed building or other conservation status may also be considered to be bespoke.|
Ref Secured by Design, Homes 2019, Version 1, February 2019. https://www.securedbydesign.com/guidance/design-guides
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