Improving the accessibility of historic buildings and places
Publication date: 2011
Produced by the Irish National Disability Authority, this document provides detailed advice on making historic and architecturally significant buildings and places access to disabled people. It seeks to assist in determining the practicability of works to improve access to the historic built environment.
It provides advice on:
– the principles of architectural conservation and universal design ·
– relevant legislation and policy ·
– preparation of an access strategy ·
It contains illustrated examples of successful solutions where access to historic buildings and places has been improved.
To obtain a copy follow this link to the National Disability Authority website
To obtain a copy in an alternative format or language
Please write to:
National Disability Authority
25 Clyde Rd,