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Read here (EN and FR) the rules on access and parking in Commission buildings, including for bikes.
A covered area should be provided under which bicycles and other outdoor toys can be stored. OUTDOOR TOY?
Ideally, spaces equipped for bicycles should be provided near the entrance to the building in a place which does not obstruct pedestrians. The number of spaces will vary according to the size and use of the building. They must be covered. NOT COVERED OUTSIDE MY BUILDING BUT ISN’T A BIG ISSUE
For Commission staff, one shower room with lockers and changing rooms is to be provided in each building (see point 3.15). The shower room should preferably be located at the first basement level, close to the bicycle park. IT DOESN”T SAY ANYTHING ABOUT THE NUMBER OF SHOWERS OR LOCKERS. IN J79 THERE ARE’NT ENOUGH
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