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Easy access to historic buildings.

04/12/2007 

The first part of these guidelines looks at the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA) and the framework in which changes to historic buildings must be made – the principles that underpin the conservation of historic buildings and the statutory controls that govern changes to historic buildings and landscapes.
The second part looks at the mechanisms for planning, agreeing and implementing change, centred upon an understanding of the nature of the building and the needs of its users.
The final section considers practical examples of adaptations to and within historic buildings.

Number of pages : 55.

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Submitted by: Evi Kostakou
Author(s): John Adams; Lisa Foster
Language(s): EN

Reference

Publisher: English Heritage
Date published on the web: 01/12/2004
Source: http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/upload/pdf/EH_EasyAccess_2004.pdf

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