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Last edited 04 Mar 2021
Fit for office use
NABERS UK, The Rules, Energy for Offices Version 1.0, published by NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment in November 2020, defines fit for office use as: ‘Fit for continuous occupation as an office, with adequate lighting and with suitable ventilation (such as air conditioning, natural ventilation or mixed-mode operation) of a similar or higher standard of service to the bulk of the office.’
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