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Last edited 03 Mar 2020
Plan for use strategy
Plan for Use is the RIBA’s interpretation of the Soft Landings Framework produced by the Usable Buildings Trust and BSRIA. Its aim is to encourage a more outcome-based approach to briefing, design, construction, handover and aftercare throughout the construction industry. The Plan for Use Strategy is central to this focal shift. Plan for Use has three basic components:
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