Housing Standards (October)
Holyer House, 20-21 Red Lion Court, London, EC4A 3EB; 10 April 2016
To gain an overview of the new housing design standards, with a focus on the technical requirements of Approved Document M Category 2 – Accessible and adaptable dwellings.
About the course
In October 2015, the revised Part M to the Building Regulations came into force. Approved Document M (ADM), Volume 1 relates to the new housing standards, Categories 1 – 3, namely:
- M4(1) Category 1: Visitable Dwellings
- M4(2) Category 2: Accessible and adaptable dwellings
- M4(3) Category 3: Wheelchair user dwellings
This course is aimed at access professionals, designers, buildings control officers, planners, developers and housing providers requiring an overview of the new housing standards. The technical component of the course focuses on Category 2, which is the nearest technical equivalent to the Lifetime Homes Standard. The inclusion of practical exercises ensures that delegates have an opportunity to apply their knowledge of Category 2 and consolidate their learning.
By the end of the course delegates will be able to:
- Understand how new the standards will be applied and the roles of planning and building control authorities.
- Understand the technical requirements of ADM Category 1, the basic access standard.
- Gain an in-depth understanding of the technical requirements of ADM Category 2.
- Have a general overview of ADM Category 3.
The Housing Standards course includes a basic overview of ADM Category 3 and is an ideal introduction to the Accessible Housing: Category 3 Wheelchair User Dwellings course which covers the technical requirements of this category.
This course is running on the following dates:
- Tuesday 4 October 2016
Participants are asked to arrive at Holyer House at 9.30am for a 10am start, and the course will conclude by 5pm.
Costs (and savings)
The cost of this course is £300 plus VAT for non-members and £270 plus VAT for members*.
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