A Disability Access Certificate is a certificate granted by a Building Control Authority (BCA) which certifies compliance of the design of certain works (e.g. new buildings (except dwelling houses), some extensions to, and some material alterations to buildings (except dwelling houses) with the requirements of Part M of the Building Regulations.
Apply for a Disability Access Certificate or revised Disability Access Certificate.
For a development where the design or layout has been significantly changed since a DAC was Issued.
Information about Disability Access Certificates including what developments require a cert, when to apply, the required fee.
Exemption for certain schools for payment of Disability Accesss Cert Fees