Government consults on mandatory Changing Places

The government is undergoing a public consultation (part 1) providing the finer details of including Changing Places toilets in the Building Regulations (Document M, Sanitation).

Visit: Changing Places (England) Consultation

You can have your say on issues such as:

  • Types of buildings
  • Trigger values eg cinemas would be based on x number of seats, others triggered by footfall or space.
  • Size and equipment provided
  • Costs to businesses
  • Equality impact assessment of provision.

Full details are contained in the pdf document provided on the consultation page. You can participate by email or online.

1 Comment

  1. Paul Warren says:

    ▪Disabled toilets should be present in all buildings where the public are in attendance ie any govt building, restaurant, cinema, pub, school, station, marketplace, park, shop, waiting room, etc.
    ▪Disabled toilets must not be used as store rooms. They must be inspected twice daily on opening days, and kept clean fresh and usable. There must be a working supply of flush water, washing water, soap, and paper handtowels.

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