Accessible Toilet Facility

Tooting Gospel Hall is a small Victorian church building set within a row of terraced houses in the middle of Tooting. The building had a small lean-to structure behind the main hall that housed a small toilet facility. To access the room you had to step down into the room and this did not accommodate less able people, or wheelchair users.

In order to comply with current Building Regulations and the Equality Act 2010 churches should have an accessible toilet so that everyone can use the building equally. Church Growth Trust helped the church to work out where best to locate a new compliant toilet and helped them with he project through to completion.

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