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Last edited 12 Nov 2020
Room for residential purposes
According to the Building Regulations, a 'room for residential purposes' is:
|...a room, or a suite of rooms, which is not a dwelling-house or a flat and which is used by one or more persons to live and sleep and includes a room in a hostel, an hotel, a boarding house, a hall of residence or a residential home, but does not include a room in a hospital, or other similar establishment, used for patient accommodation.|
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