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Last edited 12 Apr 2021
Office support facility
The Rules, Energy for Offices, Version 1.0 November 2020, published by the State of NSW and Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, Australia, defines an office support facility as:
'A facility which—
- a) 'is an adjunct to an office used primarily to provide supporting facilities or services to the office or its occupants, and
- b) 'is exclusively for the use of office tenant, and
- c) 'occupies a space which is fit for office use.
'This includes facilities for reception, meetings, training, filing and storage, IT and other office equipment, tenant-installed kitchenettes and staff amenities. It can also include child care, refreshment, recreation, and exercise facilities, as long as they are only available for use by office tenants in the rated premises.'
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