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  • New guidance for supporting an interconnected street network and discouraging culs-de-sac, except where topography, and the like, makes it impractical. This is included in Division B.
  • Interconnected street networks are generally considered best practice urban design for a variety of reasons, such as improving access (particularly for walking and cycling), better supporting rectangular lots (optimising solar access) and enhancing passive surveillance.
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