Room divider folding doors

I want to put a five foot wide opening between two bedrooms so that we can use both rooms together when alone in the house and then close the doors when our children visit.
However, I cannot find suitable solid doors which provide the necessary privacy and strength. Also concerned about whether this work will need building regs approval - the wall is brick but not load bearing. Could there be fire issues?
Any ideas welcome - I don't really want to make solid hardwood doors myself.
Thanks
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On 18 Feb 2004 10:14:58 -0800, snipped-for-privacy@iee.org (DaveM) wrote:

I replaced all the doors and frames in the house a couple of years ago with oak ones. Most of them were standard sizes, but I had a few special requirements. One example was a double door arrangement such as you describe, another was a bifold for a cupboard.
I looked around for a while but settled on a joinery firm in Shrewsbury who specialise in European oak products.
www.oakdoors.co.uk
They will manufacture to order and in other timbers as well. The products are very solid and traditionally made to a high standard.
My kids are pretty noisy and heavier doors have certainly cut that down quite effectively.
.andy
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Probably its breathing too.
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