Just like you prepare for a "normal" birth, you also prepare for a bath delivery. However, there are a few extra things you can take into account.
Can the midwife reach it on two, preferably three, sides of the bath. You can take into account the size of the birthing pool.
The supplied hose is 10 meters. Make sure that the distance from the tap to the bath is not greater. Possibly you can connect an extra hose of 10 meters, so you have a total of 20 meters.
What applies to the crane, also applies to the drain. You can use the toilet.
A common question is the weight per m2. The weight per m2 is almost the same for both formats.
Starting from the largest size: The weight of 660kg (bath + water) + pregnant (+/- 80kg) is distributed over an area of 1.6m2. This is about 460kg per m2, evenly distributed (so no point loads) A normal floor construction should be able to support this weight with ease. Of course we cannot guarantee a specific floor, but our experience (also with old canal houses in Amersfoort and Amsterdam) is that this has never caused any problems. In case of doubt, construction drawings can provide a definite answer.
To inflate the bath you use an electric inflator. You need an electrical outlet for this. After inflating the bath and before filling it with water, the bath can still be moved. When emptying you use an electric water pump. This one has a 5 meter cord. Make sure there is a power outlet within 5 meters. The bathtub should be at least 60cm away from an electrical outlet.