Toilet Off Kitchen???

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eihpos | 20:13 Mon 01st Feb 2016 | Home & Garden
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Probably a stupid question but..... I am looking to buy a new build property and the downstairs cloakroom is directly off the kitchen. Somewhere in the back of my mind I thought there had to be two doors between these two rooms. Is this correct? If any of my fellow Answerbankers don´t know can you please point me in the right direction for advise. Many thanks


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There has to be 'purge' extract fan in the Loo and that eliminated the need for the 2-door rule.
I find it hard to believe that the loo is directly off the kitchen! Talk about back to the bad times!
i wouldn't be happy with just an extractor fan, i'd want it soundproofing as well
^^^^I agree....the noise of all those utensils, stir-frying, pressure cookers etc. would be most annoying!
We have a downstairs toilet that is just off the kitchen - but there are two doors between, one from the kitchen and one into the toilet. It's an old house though - not sure what the regulations are now
The 2 door rule no longer applies, it's fine as long as you're happy with it.
My friend bought a newbuild house around 5 years ago and to me the loo was actually IN the kitchen- so it must be "ok"....

She knocked the wall down completely and made it a dining area.... X
My friend's 6 year old house has the downstairs loo in a cupboard directly off the living room. I kid you not. You have to turn the tv up to mask the sounds :(

As already said, the two door rule no longer applies
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Thank-you all for taking the time to respond.....I´ll just convert it to a utility area !!

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