Toilet/shower Room Directly Off Kitchen - A Problem?


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We are proposing to build a small ground floor extension which would include a toilet/shower room directly off the kitchen. Mechanical automatic air extractor to be included. I have had mixed reports that this might or might not be a problem with regard to building regs. Does anyone know for sure? Thanks
 
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Hi ryoc
As far as I know there must be two doors between the rooms. In other words, a door to the kitchen, and a door to the shower room, with possibly a small lobby area between.
 
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We have the same setup at home. A kitchen with door to utility. Then a door in the utility to the downstairs toilet. The door is a big solid heavy one for sound proofing as well:)
 
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Even if it weren't a code requirement - if you ever sell the house, that's going to be a negative, for certain.
 

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