Dealing with solar access and overshadowing

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The paper was presented at a workshop for professionals involved in residential building approvals in NSW, Australia. Our good intentions, and our general illusion that we are achieving some success in improving residential construction, blind us to the glaringly obvious: The way we are trying to implement controls in relation to solar access and overshadowing, generally do not work. The paper discusses some of the reasons why, and advises on methods to overcome these problems. Considerable additional detail is added, compared to previous papers on the topic.
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King, Steve Earnest
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2008
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