access consultant and architect

MSc in Accessibility and Inclusive Design

Ian Hill has undertaken a Masters of Science in Accessibility and Inclusive Design from 2004 to 2007 at Salford University School of the Built Environment, gaining distinction. 

Ian Hill MSc Module 1 - Design in the Built Environment.pdf

A critique of a building - Millennium Galleries, Sheffield.

“Overall this is a superbly well presented study containing excellent analysis.”  Distinction awarded.

Module 2 - Designing for Accessibility and Inclusiveness.

Inclusive design case studies of aspects of the built environment.

“A very well presented assignment ... The user interaction with the local access group is good.”

Module 3 - Construction and Legislative Processes.

Access and Egress, or In should equal Out.

“The submitted work is at distinction level ... The discussion with experts was very good.”

Module 4 - Access Auditing and Consultancy and Summer School.

Access Appraisal of a Proposed Building: Kestor Lane Housing, Lancashire.

Formal written feedback is not given for this module.

Distinction awarded.

Module 5 - Thesis.

Commercial Building Developers’ Response to Accessibility.

Formal written feedback is not given for this module.

Distinction awarded.

Ian’s final Thesis received commendation from:-

Philip Hammond

National Director of Business Development,

Local Authority Building Control, and from

David Petherick Dip. Arch. RIBA FRSA

former Principal Architect, Buildings Division

Department for Communities and Local Government

with policy responsibility for Building Regulations Part M.