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Widening the Eye of the Needle

Access to Church Buildings for People with Disabilities

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ISBN-13: 9780715140611
Published: 01/11/2008
Product description
By law, all buildings today, including churches, must be accessible and usable by people with disabilities. This definitive, must-have guide has been completely revised and updated to include recent legislation. It helps those responsible for church buildings understand legal principles and the practical steps necessary to comply with today's legal requirements. This guide is completely updated and revised to include the final provisions of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001 and the Disability Discrimination Act 2005. It provides illustrations to explain legal requirements and includes forms and checklists to ensure compatibility with the law.
Author Information

John H. Penton

John Penton MBE is a renowned and respected chartered architect and designer. He is a client design advisor for the Royal Institute of British Architects and a consultant for the National Register of Access Consultants.

John Penton

John Penton MBE is a renowned and respected chartered architect and designer. He is a client design advisor for the Royal Institute of British Architects and a consultant for the National Register of Access Consultants. He has written a number of books on making buildings accessible to disabled people including Widening the Eye of the Needle.