|Example Number||Source||Property Date||Storeys/Location||Property Type||Summary Information||Hazard||Link|
|1||CLG||1920-45||2 storey||4 Bedroomed semi detached house||To provide a level footing for the four feet of the bath, old white shelving has been placed over the old uneven floor boards. However, no fixing has been provided and with the use of the bath, the boards have now shifted and the feet become dislodged, causing the bath to be unstable.||D||Example 1|
|2||BCC||Pre 1920||2 storey||Mid Terraced House||An annexe of a house with old, sunken bath in a partly divided bathroom/toilet compartment.||B||Example 2|
|3||BCC||Pre 1920||2 storey||Mid Terraced House||This
is a traditionally constructed, mid-terrace two storey house with an
extended rear single storey annexe. The ground floor consists of a
hallway, through lounge-diner, and, in the rear annex, a kitchen and
bathroom. On the first floor are three, modest sized, bedrooms and a
WC. The ground floor bathroom is modest in size, with the access from
the rear of the kitchen. It has been partially divided with a plastered
brick wall but no door to form separate|
WC and bathing areas. Within the bathing area is a wash hand basin and a bath that has been sunk into the floor. The rim of the bath is approximately 100mm above floor level. The bath and basin are of vitrified/glazed "china" in a typical condition for their age, being around 40-45 years old. At the front end of the bath, fixed onto the front wall, is a radiator positioned some 550mm above the top of the bath. There are no grab rails within reach of the bath and the bath has no handles.
|4||CLG||1920-45||2 storey||Semi-detached House||This is a four bedroomed inter-war semi-detached house which has a centrally located bathroom with a window in the flank wall. The house, including the bathroom, has been the subject of DIY modernisation over the years, but all works have been done to a low standard.||D||Example 4|
|5||WEG||Pre 1920||GF Only||Ground floor flat||This is a ground floor flat in a converted pre-1920 house. The house was converted approximately 30|
years ago into a flat and maisonette without the benefit of Planning Permission or Building Regulations approval. The overall nature of the flat in terms of it's structure etc differs little from the original. The flat comprises a living room, bedroom, kitchen and a shower room. The shower room is very small (around 2.8 square metre) and has an L-shaped footprint. The shower cubicle is within one of these "legs" and in front of it is the wash hand basin and WC as shown. No ventilation or heating is provided to the room. The top of shower tray is raised above the finished floor level to a height of around 470mm with an overall
depth of tray of around 100mm. There are no rails provided to assist with getting in and out of the shower. The floor is covered with ceramic tiling.