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Last edited 16 Oct 2020
Common facilities in buildings
According to the International Property Measurement Standards (IPMS): Residential Buildings, published by the International Property Measurement Standards Coalition (IPMSC) in September 2016, common facilities are:
|Those parts of a building providing shared facilities that typically do not change over time, including for example, circulation areas, stairs, escalators, lifts/elevators and motor rooms, toilets, cleaners’ cupboards, plant rooms, fire refuge areas, maintenance rooms and unallocated parking spaces.|
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