Part Q overview

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Part Q applies to any dwelling; and any part of a building from which access can be gained to a flat within the building. This CPD from Eurocell takes a closer look at the requirements of Part Q, and the guidelines of Approved Document Q in England and Wales; it also discusses the guidelines for Scotland and Northern Ireland. It is intended to help specifiers fully understand what is necessary and how to achieve compliance. 

How does Part Q apply to doors and windows?

Approved Document Q applies to easily accessible doors and windows that provide access into a dwelling from outside, into parts of a building containing flats from the outside, or into a flat from the common parts of a building.

This CPD will provide details about the guidelines set out in Approved Document Q, including:

      PAS 24 - What it is and what it requires.

      Testing requirements - How doors and windows are tested to ensure compliance.

      Glazing recommendations - The type of glazing recommended for use on easily accessible doors and windows.

      Other requirements - Such as letter plate sizes, spyholes, chains and limiters.

      Secured by Design - What it is and whether it’s required.

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