Accessible Building Design - BS 8300:2009 - Improving the Built Environment
UK law requires all public buildings to be accessible. Access to those with disabilities must be considered when designing new buildings, and when planning improvements to existing buildings. Architects, surveyors, and all those involved in the design and construction of buildings must consider disabled access to buildings.
To mark the publication of the revised BS 8300 Design of buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people. Code of practice, BSI is holding a conference and workshop on this hot topic.
Attend this conference from BSI to hear:
• Where BS 8300 fits in the legislative landscape
• Detailed briefing on the content and changes to the standard
• Best practice guidance on how you can improve the accessibility of the design of your buildings.
There will be opportunity for networking and discussion during the conference and drinks reception.
Delegates receive 20% off the cost of BS 8300:2009.