Part M Vol. 1

  • Diagram 1.2 Minimum door width, hall widths and localised obstructions.

  • Diagram 1.3 WC access zones.

  • Diagram 1.4 Exmples of WC/cloakroom

  • Diagram 1.5 Heights of switches, sockets etc.

  • Diagram 1.1 Measurement of clear opening width of external and internal doors.

  • Diagram 2.1 Maximum length of ramp at a given gradient

  • Diagram 2.2 Measurement of clear opening width and other features of external and internal doors

  • Diagram 2.3 Minimum door and hall widths and restrictions on localised obstructions

  • Diagram 2.4 Clear access zones to principal bedroom.

  • Diagram 2.5 Sanitary fittings, associated clear access zones and permitted encroachment of basins.

  • Diagram 2.6 Examples of WC-cloakroom layouts.

  • Diagram 2.7 Examples of Category 2 bathrooms

  • Diagram 3.1 Maximum length of ramp at a given gradient

  • Diagram 3.2 Measurement of clear opening width and other features of external and internal doors

  • Diagram 3.10 Sanitary fittings associated clear access zones and permitted encroachment of basins – wheelchair adaptable

  • Diagram 3.11 Sanitary fittings, associated clear access zones and permitted encroachment of basins – wheelchair accessible

  • Diagram 3.12 Example of wheelchair adaptable WC/cloakroom layout with potential to be wheelchair accessible

  • Diagram 3.13 Sanitary fittings associated access zones and permitted encroachment of basis for second WC/cloakroom where on same floor level as first WC

  • Diagram 3.14 Examples of compliant second WC/cloakrooms where on the same floor level as the first WC

  • Diagram 3.15 Examples of wheelchair adaptable bathroom layouts with potential to be wheelchair accessible

  • Diagram 3.16 Examples of wheelchair accessible bathrooms

  • Diagram 3.17 Examples of wheelchair accessible bathrooms with both bath and shower

  • Diagram 3.3 Features associated with principal private entrance

  • Diagram 3.4 Minimum door and hall widths and restrictions on localised obstructions

  • Diagram 3.5 Outward opening doors in a corner

  • Diagram 3.6 Wheelchair storage and transfer space

  • Diagram 3.7 Access to through floor lift

  • Diagram 3.8 Example of wheelchair accessible kitchen layout

  • Diagram 3.9 Clear access zones and manoeuvering spaces to principal bedroom

  • Table 1.1 Minimum widths of corridors and passageways for a range of doorway widths.

  • Table 2.1 Minimum widths of corridors and passageways for a range of doorway widths.

  • Table 3.1 Minimum area of general built-in-storage

  • Table 3.2 Minimum combined floor area for living, dining and kitchen space

  • Table 3.3 Minimum length of kitchen worktop, including fittings and appliances, to be fitted at completion for a wheelchair adaptable dwelling

  • Table 3.4 Minimum length of kitchen worktop, including fittings and appliances, to be fitted at completion for a wheelchair accessible dwelling

  • Table 3.5 Summary of minimum requirements for sanitary provision in typical dwelling types