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To avoid, reduce and delay the discharge of rainfall to public sewers and watercourses, thereby minimising the risk and impact of localised flooding on-site and off-site.
Are there measures in place to minimise the rate of surface water runoff from the site?
|Credits||Answer||Select a single answer|
|0||A||Question not answered|
|Criterion||Assessment criteria||Applicable answer|
Examples of appropriate measures to minimise surface water runoff include (but are not limited to):
|2||Measures should, either individually or in combination, produce a reasonable reduction in the rate of surface water runoff.||C|
|-||The evidence below is not exhaustive, please also refer to the ‘BREEAM evidential requirements’ section in the scope of the Guidance for appropriate evidence types which can be used to demonstrate compliance.|
|1,2||Annotated photographic evidence of on-site measures|
A roof construction that is designed to store water. This can include open water surfaces, storage within or beneath a porous media or modular surface or below a raised decking surface or cover.
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