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Last edited 12 Aug 2017
Fixed building services
According to the Domestic Building Services Compliance Guide published by HM Government in 2013, the term ‘fixed building services’ refers any part of, or any controls associated with:
- Fixed internal or external lighting systems, but does not include emergency escape lighting or specialist process lighting.
- Fixed systems for heating, domestic hot water, air conditioning or mechanical ventilation.
- Any combination of those systems.
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