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Last edited 04 Jan 2018
Occupant capacity of a building or space
- The maximum number of persons it is designed to hold; or
- The number calculated by dividing the area of room or storey(s) (m²) by a floor space factor (m² per person) such as those given in Table C1 of the approved document for guidance.
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