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Last edited 07 Feb 2018
|Not exceeding 1:60||Level|
|1:60 to 1:20||Gently sloping|
|1:20 to 1:12||Ramped|
|Greater than 1:15||Steeply sloping (in relation to plot gradients - that is the gradient measured between the entrance storey finished floor level of the dwelling and the point of access).|
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