Universal Accessibility in residential buildings

Publication title: Universal Accessibility in residential buildings

Editorial: CERMI

Author/s: CERMI

Year of publication: 2017

Subject: Housing

Support: Digital


“The lack of universal accessibility in residential buildings subject to the Horizontal Property Law is one of the most frequent discriminations against people with disabilities and older people in their closest living environments…

In this new Guide, we wish to convey possibilities and offer guidelines and orientations, not yet sufficiently explored, to try to resolve accessibility situations, entrenched in communities of owners, that are not resolved with the most traditional mechanisms and that can remove or facilitate the solution to questions that seem unsolvable.”

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