Advice on designing and managing for the requirements of people with impairments.
Identifying any problems in building facilities that may affect disabled people.
Our appraisals ensure that inclusive design is achieved throughout the construction process.
A good Access Statement can help people to make an informed choice about visiting your premises.
We can help you frame your plans to develop your organisation with disabled access in mind.
Appointing an access consultant can ensure you get things right first time.
We deliver our advice in a number of ways, from phone calls to a site visit, a referral to one of our specialist services or a training course.
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What our clients say...
“We are committed to improving access to our sites for everybody within the resources available to us. What benefits a disabled person will also really help older people and families with young children. We also aim to give really useful advance information so that as many people as possible can plan a visit that suits them and enjoy these wonderful places.”
English Heritage, Access Audit client
*NEW* About Access EBook: "Accessibility why it matters"
Ian Streets has published an eBook on Disabled Access. To download this book click here to visit the Adjacent Digital Politics Ltd website.