When it comes to register floors, it depends on the location.
In England, for example, it’s mandatory to have a ceiling for people over 65 and up, or in Scotland it’s a requirement for those aged over 65.
In the UK, the rules are different, and you’re not required to have ceiling registers in every part of the country.
For example, in the UK and some other countries, you don’t need a ceiling in a building where there are more than eight floors.
Here are some other places where ceiling registers are compulsory: Buildings that are owned by the public or private sector, such as schools, schools of nursing and other schools.