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Last edited 27 Jul 2022
In very general terms, the word ‘temporary’ refers to something that lasts only for a limited time, ie it is not permanent.
In the construction industry, this might relate to:
- Temporary and interim buildings.
- Temporary demountable structures.
- Temporary flood defences.
- Temporary services on construction sites.
- Temporary structures.
- Temporary use.
- Temporary works.
See also: Permanent structure.
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