Wheelchair-accessible houses constructed in Inverness

Wheelchair-accessible houses constructed in Inverness

A wheelchair-accessible housing development costing more than £800,000 has been completed in Inverness.

The six houses feature wider doors and halls, level access showers and height adjustable wash hand basins, sinks and worktops suitable for a hob and there is an oven housing which can accommodate a traditional oven or a microwave at waist height.

The living areas have full height windows and glazed doors that open out onto a back patio and provide unimpeded views from a seated position.

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