By Ann Ross,Jonathan Hetreed

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About the authors:
Charlotte Baden-Powell used to be proficient on the Architectural organization in London. She practised structure for over forty years, within which time she pointed out the necessity for this booklet, which was once first released in 1997 and her imaginative and prescient is as appropriate today.
Jonathan Hetreed and Ann Ross have drawn from years of expertise of working a small perform in tub to replace and expand the scope of the hot variation to mirror carrying on with revisions to rules and the expanding call for for sustainable development methods.

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