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#1 of 4 Old 10-31-2011, 05:09 AM - Thread Starter
 
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hiya i live above our restaurant and we have a basement underneath the restaurant does anyone know if its againt the health and safety rules to turn that into a play area?  please can anyone help me kind regards

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I think you would have to contact your local authorities to see what your local regulations are. Hope it works out for you.

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I think there is something about not using the same area with a furnace for living space...  I know a friend way back when in high school had to move his bed out of the basement for that reason.  And the pottery studio where I worked once was told they couldn't hold classes in the basement anymore unless they walled off the furnace into a separate room and added a ventilation fan.  But there are probably local differences in ordinances.


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thank you very  much for your replies!

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