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letters Give us good buildings, not fancy bits of kit

I would agree with Paul Finch's (aj 22.7.99) that add-on facilities, tacked on to the building by the designer in mindless fulfilment of regulations is not the right way to provide economically for people with impaired mobility. Designing the route to and through the building, and the facilities within it so that the widest possible spectrum of the public can use them, is.

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