Wheelchair Accessible Housing definition

Wheelchair Accessible Housing means homes built to meet Building Regulations M4(3) category 3:Wheelchair user dwellings
Wheelchair Accessible Housing means homes built to meet the standards set out in the Second Edition of the Wheelchair Housing Design Guide by Stephen Thorpe and Habinteg Housing Association Limited

Examples of Wheelchair Accessible Housing in a sentence

The South East London Housing Partnership Wheelchair Homes Design Guidelines comply with (and generally exceed) Part M of the Building Regulations, British Standard 8300, Lifetime Homes, the Housing Corporation‘Design and Quality Standards/Stephen Thorpe’s ‘Wheelchair Housing Design Guide’ and the Mayor of London’s Wheelchair Accessible Housing Guide.

Threshold and Contribution RequirementsPlanning obligations relating to Affordable Housing and Wheelchair Accessible Housing will be sought for:• Residential developments of more than 10 units or with a combined gross floorspace of 1,000 sqm (gross internal area) or more.• Commercial floorspace of 1,000 sqm (gross internal area) or more.

Mayor of London Wheelchair Accessible Housing Best Practice Guidance.

The proposals have been designed to meet the London Plan, and Camden and Islington Council’s policies on inclusive design, the Mayor’s Accessible London SPG and Wheelchair Accessible Housing Best Practice Guide and the superseded Islington Accessible Housing SPD.

It is considered that this detail could be addressed by condition 12 (Wheelchair Accessible Housing), and the comments do not relate to the changes sought in this application.