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Disability Access Certificate Applications

Accessible Bathroom FacilitiesSince the 1st January 2010, a Disability Access Certificate (DAC) is required for new buildings, other than dwellings (including apartment buildings), and certain other works to which the requirements of Part M of the Building Regulations apply.

A DAC is a certificate of compliance to show that, if the works are built in accordance with the design, it will meet the requirements of Part M of the Second Schedule to the Regulations as amended by the Building Regulations (Part M Amendment) Regulatoins 2010.

O’Herlihy Access Consultancy has extensive experience in this area preparing and lodging DAC Applications for commercial and office units, buildings of historical significance, retail units, health care facilities, industrial units and educational facilities. 

Some of our clients in this area include: RKD Architects, John Sisk & Son, CBRE, Keogan Architects, Reddy Architecture, Gilroy McMahon, Coady Architects, Aramark, BNP Paribas Real Estate, Department of Education and Skills.


Below are some of our recent projects involving DAC Applications covering various sectors.




Heritage, Culture, Hospitality and LeisureHeritage, Culture, Hospitality and Leisure

Commercial, Retail and Office DevelopmentsCommercial, Retail and Office Developments

Government, Public Bodies and Local AuthoritiesGovernment, Public Bodies and Local Authorities

Industrial FacilitiesIndustrial Facilities