Access Routes for Residential Developments with over 100 Units

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      Vince TrippVince Tripp

      Do any of you have a policy or practice with regard to residential developments having 100 or more units (not hi-rise but single family/low rise/etc) and you require 2 access points.   In RH we have a Standard Practice reflecting NFPA 1411 recommending 2 access points for developments over 100 units and would like to see what other municipalities have in place?

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      John WilsonJohn Wilson

      Hi Vince,

      Here in Perth, we do not currently have anything in place.  I’d actually asked my CBO about this a while ago now as another FPO brought it to me. To his understanding, there are no regulations that specifically speak to requirement to have multi-access (although he readily admits it’s good practice).  I’m curious to see what others come back with.

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      Vince TrippVince Tripp

      Thanks Jon.

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