Ground floors to dwellings can take a number of forms, depending, among other things, on the nature of the site, the quality of construction and the required speed of erection of the building. However, all the available design solutions essentially fulfil the same functional requirements. The detailed functional requirements will be examined in detail later within this chapter.
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