Inscape products and solutions are suitable for new healthcare builds and refurbishment projects alike. We have extensive planning expertise and...
The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) requires that every business providing goods or services to the public must take reasonable steps to ensure that less able people have equal access to all parts of their premises. The washroom requirements necessary for compliance with this Act are described in Part M of the Building Regulations.
Inscape works with the worlds largest manufacturer of washroom sanitaryware and we are able to help specifiers and Main Contractors achieve compliance through concise and practical guidance in designing a washroom that fully satisfies current legislation.
Comprised of twenty six en-suite rooms, spacious dining facilities, numerous lounges and offering a wide range of activities for its residents, Abbeyfield House offers professional care facilites designed to meet its residents needs.
In keeping with the professional standards offered by Abbeyfield House it fell to inscape to provide high-quality, aesthetically pleasing but highly functional bathroom furniture to all the en-suite areas. When looking after our elderly citizens we need to ensure that they are familiar with the types of furniture provided and comfortable with its use. Inscapes Combination Vanity Units fulfil that requirement whilst offering the additional benefits of space saving (semi-recessed basins reduce the depth of the unit), and built-in cupboard storage.
When combined with appropriate fixed or fold-down grabrails and WC backrests if required, inscapes Combination Vanity Units provide the perfect blend of quality, function and familiarity required for caring environments.