Some WCs must be provided for ambulant disabled people and wheelchair users in all buildings which are accessed by the public. 

The number and location of wheelchair accessible WCs will depend on the size of the building and its layout. There should be at least one wheelchair accessible WC on each floor.
WC facilities in public buildings cannot be prescribed since every building is different. But, generally, a public building should include a separate unisex facility which also incorporates sufficient access for wheelchairs. This has become known as a DOCM facility.

Bidet Toilets
An automatic shower/bidet toilet combines the functions of loo and bidet in one unit, enabling many disabled people to use the toilet unaided.

Counter top, wall mounted or semi-pedestal washbasins allow more room for a disabled person’s legs when in a wheelchair, so that he or she can get closer to wash. Wall-mounted washbasins are more flexible than pedestal-mounted basins as they can be installed at an appropriate height for the wheelchair user or someone using a perching stool. Some washbasins are available with adjustable height. This is an alternative to a wall-mounted basin and may provide a more adaptable long-term solution in, say, care homes or hotels.

Urinals for adult males and children should be made available with inclusive access for wheelchair users. Two 600mm long vertical grab bars with their centre lines at 1100mm above the floor must be positioned either side of the urinal.