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Last edited 06 Mar 2021
Separate zoning control
Separate zoning control refers to: ‘Light switches or controls for a particular area or zone of the building that can be accessed and operated by the individuals occupying that area or zone. Such controls will be located within, or within the vicinity of, the zone or area they control.’
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