Guidance

Achieving design quality in fire and rescue service buildings

Fire and rescue authorities need well designed buildings in the right place in order to perform their functions and fulfil their responsibilities…

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Achieving Design Quality in Fire and Rescue Service Buildings

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Fire and rescue authorities need well designed buildings in the right place in order to perform their functions and fulfil their responsibilities effectively. Many older fire stations may no longer serve functional needs adequately but are buildings of distinction.

The guidance advises when design should be considered by the project team and the sorts of things that need to be considered.

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Published 19 December 2007