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10 hours ago, Louis D said:

I'm guessing there's no ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) equivalent in the UK dictating such things nationwide.  Getting a wheelchair through a 28 inch doorway would be a serious challenge.  Getting a washer/dryer set through that door would also be tight.

You should see the fun and game getting a couch through the front door!🙄

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9 hours ago, johninderby said:

The gov in the UK is finally getting around to legislating disability access for landloards ( The National Disability Strategy ). Minimum legal front door clear opening in the UK is 775mm but older houses may not be up to standard.

I live in a ground floor flat, owned by the local Council.  I believe it was built in the early 1970's.🤔

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2 hours ago, Ian McCallum said:

You should see the fun and game getting a couch through the front door!🙄

Now that you mention it, a few years ago I had bought a loveseat for my son's room in a fraternity house built in the 50s.  It turns out, the doorway was too narrow to fit it through no matter how much the delivery folks tried, so it had to go back to the warehouse for a refund.  My son was pretty bummed out.

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