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Ventilation by ventilation opening(s) with a total area of at least 1/50th of the floor area of the common space or communicating common spaces. Where the space is wholly internal and is used for access only, mechanical extract ventilation capable of one air change per hour. e) Habitable rooms ventilated through other rooms and spaces. Two habitable rooms may be treated as a single room for ventilation purposes if there is an area of permanent opening between them equal to at least 1/20th of the combined floor areas.
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