Here you will find information on physical access. Whether you are refurbishing a place and want tips on accessibility, converting office space or looking for an accessible restaurant this page will assist. Please note that the content will grow as we receive more FAQs.

For more information on Places or to talk to our volunteers about an onsite review, please contact  Gill Evans, States Disability Officer or Karen Blanchford, Partnership Director

As at May 2022 we training 55+ Access Auditors through CAE – Centre for Accessible Environments


Designing spaces for persons with neurological conditions

These tips have been designed to illustrate some key considerations when designing or adapting spaces for people with neurological conditions such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Asperger’s. All of these tips are explained [...]


Improve your Accessible Toilet Design

Tips on how to make Parking more accessible. Is there at least one unisex accessible WC provided in each location where toilets are available? Is the accessible WC close to the building entrance/ waiting [...]


Improve your Accessible Parking

Tips on how to make Parking more accessible. Is there designated parking provision for disabled motorists? Are the designated accessible bays clearly signposted from the car park entrance? Are the accessible bays close to [...]


Improve your Buildings Access

10 simple steps to make your building more accessible Are there any designated parking spaces for disabled motorists and are these clearly signposted? Ensure the entrance to the premises is accessible by providing a [...]


UK Technical Standard M

This current edition of the UK Approved Document M: It covers the UK requirements with respect to Access to and use of buildings. Click here to view


Guernsey Technical Standard M

The Guernsey Technical Standards provides guidance about compliance with specific aspects of the Building Regulations in some of the more common building situations. Click here to view