Disability Access Certificates

The Building Control Regulations 2009 introduced the requirement for a Disability Access Certificates for all new buildings (that require a Fire Certificate) where work commences on or after the 1st of January 2010.'Section 25 of the Disability Act 2005'

A Disability Access Certificate is a certificate of compliance issued by the Building Control Authority with respect to requirements under Part M of the Building Regulations.

An application for a DAC shall be required in respect of all works or a building to which a Fire safety certificate is required. No works may commence without a valid Disability Access Certificate.

In line with our Fire certification services, we also offer our Customers “Access Services” which including the preparation and submission of 'Disability Access Certificate (DAC)' applications and carrying out access audits on existing properties,which will aid our Customers in complying with the latest requirements of the Building Control Regulations 2009 and Section 25 of the Disability Act 2005.

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