I propose to take Questions Nos. 130 and 133 together.
I assume the question refers to buildings to which the public have access. Part M of the Building Regulations, which came into operation on 1 June, 1992, deals with access for people with disabilities. Part M applies to the construction of new public buildings; and to extensions of, or works in connection with material alterations to, existing public buildings. I have issued technical guidance on compliance with Part M which specifies that provision for sanitary accommodation for disabled persons should be made available on the same basis as provision is made for other users of a building; and that, as a minimum, one unisex convenience should be provided in an accessible location in a public building to which wheelchair users have independent access, accompanied or otherwise.