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​​​The form and appearance of an individual terraced house will be largely driven by the form of the terraced block within which the house sits.

This section therefore sets out the issues associated with both the house and the block and which include height, massing, roof form and façade articulation. It should be noted that development controls found in planning documents are not design controls. They are used to describe the general envelope that the building should be designed within, but not the expected form of the building.​

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