Commercial

Education

Healthcare

Heritage

Hotels

Master-planning

Public

Residential

Sports & Leisure

Urban Design


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.

House of Lords, Liaison Committee report: The Equality Act 2010, the impact on disabled people

House of Lords, Liaison Committee report: The Equality Act 2010, the impact on disabled people

This report examines the progress which has been made by the Government and key stakeholders on the implementation of some of the recommendations made by the Select Committee on the Equality Act 2010 and Disability in the report, The Equality Act 2010: the impact on disabled people.
Colourful pedestrian crossing letter to ministers

Colourful pedestrian crossing letter to ministers

There is a growing trend of installing art on road crossings, often referred to as ‘colourful crossings’. Our membership believes this form of public art poses risks to disabled people, older people and children, and will impact their ability to make safer active travel journeys.