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The DDA requirements seem to go beyond the stipulations of Part M and British Standard BS 8300 (2001): Design of buildings. The DDA hinges on taking “reasonable” measures. Decisions made on this basis could be hugely subjective and would no doubt open the door to litigation. How can I protect ...

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