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BC Building Code Accessibility

The Province of British Columbia is committed to making new buildings more accessible. To help us, we're asking for your feedback on new buildings and accessibility.

To learn more about the building code accessibility requirements, and help you complete the survey, please review: 

This short survey will take between 5-15 minutes to complete. 

The survey will be open until 4pm on January 13, 2022. 

Please note: This online feedback form supports Internet Explorer 11 and all newer comparable browsers like Firefox, Chrome, Opera etc. with activated JavaScript. Your browser settings must have cookies enabled for the questionnaire to run properly and inactivity on the questionnaire for longer than one hour will result in the questionnaire timing out.

Collection Notice: Personal information is collected by the Ministry of Citizens' Services for the Ministry of Attorney General and Responsible for Housing under the authority of section 26(c) and 26(e) of the Information and Protection of Privacy Act (“FOIPPA”), for the purposes of soliciting the public’s feedback on the development and implementation of technical building code accessibility requirements in the British Columbia Building Code. If you have any questions about the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information, please contact: Senior Policy Analyst, Building and Safety Standards, PO Box 9844 Stn Prov Govt Victoria BC, V8W 9T2, phone: 250-387-3133, email: building.safety@gov.bc.ca.

Information provided may be shared with provincial ministries, the National Research Council of Canada, and Canadian standards development organizations to help inform development of other accessibility codes and standards. 

Please do not include any personally identifiable information about yourself or others in your responses.