Distances between Windows (of Habitable Rooms)
This does NOT APPLY to high level windows if they have a maximum
cill height of 1.5m above room floor level. Exceptions to this
policy will only be made where they can be shown to be justified by
the particular circumstances.
FOR A GIVEN ANGLE BETWEEN THE HABITABLE ROOM WINDOWS OF
BUILDINGS A AND B THE TABLE SHOWS THE MINIMUM DISTANCE IN METRES
REQUIRED BETWEEN THE WINDOWS. DISTANCES AND ANGLES IN BETWEEN THOSE
SHOWN IN THE TABLE SHALL BE IN PROPORTION TO ONE ANOTHER.
Draw the shortest line between two habitable room windows.
Determine Angle A and B.
Using Angles A and B and the table overleaf the minimum distance
permitted between the two windows can be found. e.g. A = 60 B = 80
min. distance = 16m