Cover Introduction BS8300:2009 Expert view Product spotlight Tunnel 2K Technical hotline. At a glance: BS8300: 2009 This standard givesrecommendat ions for the design or modification of domestic and non -domestic building s to meet the needs of disabled people.
The Building Regulations 2010 ISBN 978 1 85946 211 9 Stock code 56665 www.thenbs.com Building Regulations 2010 APPROVED DOCUMENT M Access to and use of buildings
technical update 1 SCOPE With the original document there was some confusion as to whether this guidance applied to domestic dwellings. The new Code of Practice specifically identifies that the guidance does not apply to individual dwellings, residential buildings designed specifically for the ...
BS8300 Design of New Buildings British Standards BS8300 is the new code of practice for the design of new buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people.
The Gradus Guarantee All Gradus products are designed to meet the latest UK building regulations. Accessibility to buildings, as well as the provision of an inclusive environment for all, is now a requirement of the building regulations (ADM 2004 & BS8300).
Gradus Accessories Park Green Macclesfield Cheshire SK11 7LZ England UK Tel: 01625 428922 Fax: 01625 433949 The Building Regulations 2000 Approved Document M and BS8300:2009+A1:
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Acknowledgements Acknowledgements The publication of this design guide was made possible by the generous support of the Department for Work and Pensions, The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, The Beatrice Laing Trust, Transport for London, and Sidell Gibson Architects, Derek Lovejoy ...
Approved Document M - FAQ DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION ACT 1995 AND PART M Q. What are the current regulations regarding access for disabled people to retail premises?