Description

Daylight and sunlight are important design constraints in urban areas. The key is to ensure that new developments receive enough light, and do not block light to existing buildings or open spaces nearby. BRE’s guidance document ‘Site layout planning for daylight and sunlight: a guide to good practice‘ is widely used here.

For a quick overview of the topic, please visit our introduction to natural light in construction page on www.bregroup.com.

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