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Experience

Experienced

From our Oxford and London offices we undertake a comprehensive range of accessibility and inclusive design consultancy work in the public and private sectors with national coverage.


Qualified

Qualified

All our services are carried out by experienced members of the National Register of Access Consultants (NRAC), the only recognised qualification for Access Consultants in the UK.


Transparent

Transparent

Our key selling point is that Inclusive Design and Accessibility Consultancy is the central focus of our practice. We do not undertake any other surveying or design consultancy work and this sets us apart from our competition.

Efficient

Efficient

We are dedicated to constant improvement in our service, and this is achieved by continuous professional development of our staff and acting on feedback from clients to provide the best advice we can.

RNIB: Coming out of lockdown, together

RNIB: Coming out of lockdown, together

Blind and partially sighted people have adjusted as much as possible to the daily challenges the pandemic has created – but some of the more visual safety measures, like social distancing and changes to the environment, are going to continue to be major barriers to independence and confidence.
The needs of disabled fans must not be ignored when sports stadiums reopen to spectators

The needs of disabled fans must not be ignored when sports stadiums reopen to spectators

Most professional sport in Europe has taken place in empty stadiums since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, with the proposed return of spectators upon us, Connor Penfold, Paul Kitchin and Paul Darby argue the sports industry must facilitate a disability-inclusive restart for spectator sports.