An accessibility consultant, Jamie Rhys-Martin smiles and has his photo taken with a football ground in the background.

Accessibility

Audits

An accessibility consultant, Jamie Rhys-Martin smiles and has his photo taken with a football ground in the background.

Take the right approach to improving disabled access

Following best practice and meeting your obligations under the Equality Act (or relevant country disability laws) may prevent you facing a legal challenge for non-compliance. But if you’re not sure where to start, our qualified NRAC Certified Consultants will help.

Our access audits fully evaluate your premises or environment to check all provisions for disabled access are in place. Using their trained eye and first-hand experience of disability issues, our Consultants offer practical, professional advice on overcoming a wide range of physical barriers and ensuring access for all.

The resulting report prioritises each recommendation in line with bench marking standards as set out in your particular country’s legislation and includes an achievable action plan to start improving access straight away. We’ll also work closely with you to help find the most cost-effective solutions and measure the outcomes.

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Accessibility for

Education

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Accessibility for

Government

Health

Accessibility for

Health

Housing

Accessibility for

Housing

Justice

Accessibility for

Justice

Mass-Transit

Accessibility for

Mass-transit

Disabled Retail

Accessibility for

Retail

Blind Sport

Accessibility for

Sport

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Accessibility for

Tourism & Hotels

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United Kingdom
Suite GB,
Pepper House,
Market Street,
Nantwich,
Cheshire,
CW5 5DQ.

Ireland
77 Camden Street Lower,
Dublin,
D02 XE80.

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