Publication - Consultation paper

Changing Places toilets: building standards consultation

Changing Places toilets offer larger, supported facilities that address the needs of people for whom current accessible sanitary accommodation is inadequate.

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30 page PDF

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Changing Places toilets: building standards consultation
Consultation questions

30 page PDF

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Consultation questions

Consultation questions are noted here for reference. Please provide your input to the consultation via Citizenspace at https://consult.gov.scot/building-standards/changing-places-toilets If unable to access the online consultation, you can use the separate Respondent Information Form (RIF), published alongside this consultation paper and the questions below.

Please note that it is important that, in answering each question, you also provide the reasons for your response. This is essential in understanding your view and greatly assists in developing an overall picture of the issues that relate to the proposals.

Question 1

Do you support the proposal to introduce a requirement for Changing Places Toilets in certain buildings through building regulations?

Yes ☐ No ☐

Please set out your reasons for this response.

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Question 2

Do you agree with the proposed circumstances, listed in draft clause 3.12.3 within the consultation document, where a Changing Places toilet should be provided on the construction, conversion or extension of a building?

Yes ☐ No ☐

Please set out your reasons for this response.

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Question 3

Are there any other situations where you consider building work should trigger a requirement to provide a Changing Places Toilet ?

Yes ☐ No ☐

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Question 4

Please use this question to provide any other commentary or observations you have on the proposal to make provision for Changing Places Toilets through building regulations.

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Contact

Email: Thomson.Dyer@gov.scot