Never say never to access for disabled people at the front door

One ‘Old Lady’ is back on trend as far as access for disabled people is concerned: wheelchair users can (finally) get into the Bank of England through the front door. This is thanks to an ingenious new lift, which combines… Continue Reading Never say never to access for disabled people at the front door

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Inclusive design cheer after a strange year

We need a crystal ball rather than Christmas baubles to guess what impact the elections and events of 2016 will have on global economics and the world order. We’ve learnt anything can happen and, for many, that’s unsettling and alarming.… Continue Reading Inclusive design cheer after a strange year

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Building foyer with barrier access

Top 5 questions to ask when choosing an access consultant

Inclusive design and access consultant Liam Proudlock answers five key questions to help make you become an access superhero. Continue Reading Top 5 questions to ask when choosing an access consultant

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Ramp to provide inclusive access

What are the business benefits of an access audit?

A potential customer visits your office but gets no further than the front door because she is a wheelchair user and your building isn’t accessible. An awkward apology is not how to start a business relationship, especially if you were… Continue Reading What are the business benefits of an access audit?

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