How inspectors differentiate unacceptably remote dwellings from those they approve

The factors that distinguish dwellings that inspectors see as unacceptably remote from those that they approve.

by Mark Wilding and Richard Garlick
(Pic credit: Alamy/Getty)
(Pic credit: Alamy/Getty)

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