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Disabled access

Martin Hodgson looks at the requirements for making buildings accessible for disabled adults and children.
Summary

UK law requires non-domestic buildings to be designed, constructed or adapted in such a way as to enable reasonable access by people with disabilities. Those responsible for buildings must make what are described as ‘reasonable adjustments’.

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