Yes, commercial properties often have stricter requirements, especially regarding width, headroom, and handrails for accessibility and safety.
In domestic properties, the height of the guardrail or balustrade from the pitch line of the stairs must be at least 900mm, and on landings, at least 900mm high.
This depends on the design and dimensions of the staircase. However, the key is to ensure compliance with the building regulations for headroom, width, and length of landings.
Yes, UK regulations require a landing at the top and bottom of every flight of stairs, and the landing must be at least as wide and deep as the smallest width of the stairs.