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jujojones

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Ok ladies and gents... I'm currently going through plans for an out building for a beauty salon in te garden.... I can't seem to find a simple, straightforward answer so I'm hoping one of you will help.... I'm I required to have a disabled toilet and disabled access?? More concerned with the loo. Also if I had a shower room would that need to be disabled access?? Thanks clever geeks x
 

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Could you not just go for a wet room? would solve the problems x
 

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Yes its on option , however a lot more expensive, but still would like to know if I would need all the facilities that go with disabled access, ie min space required, rails, lower loo, sink etc.
 

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Why not just ask your planning department at the local authority, they should be able to tell you exactly what they require? hth xx
 

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Why not just ask your planning department at the local authority, they should be able to tell you exactly what they require? hth xx
Thanks, I have done but its a waiting game now as they have to put it through planning so no straight answer till then, just wanted to see what other people have done as I know there have been a few on here who have converted outbuildings x
 

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Hi

Could you maybe pop some info on your website that if mobility is a problem home visits are available?

My home salon (when it ever gets finished!) is up the stairs so no disabled access at all which considering I used to be in a wheelchair is pretty bad I never even thought of it!

Thank you for bring this up - I think I will put a note on my contact us page of my website (currently in progress) and also state again on confirmation emails if mobility is a issue I offer mobile appointments which would be a way around it but not sure if you'd like to be/can be part mobile?

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Hi

Could you maybe pop some info on your website that if mobility is a problem home visits are available?

My home salon (when it ever gets finished!) is up the stairs so no disabled access at all which considering I used to be in a wheelchair is pretty bad I never even thought of it!

Thank you for bring this up - I think I will put a note on my contact us page of my website (currently in progress) and also state again on confirmation emails if mobility is a issue I offer mobile appointments which would be a way around it but not sure if you'd like to be/can be part mobile?

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That's a brilliant idea!! Thank you!! X
 

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