Research into Access to and Use of Buildings
February 5, 2021

Research into Access to and Use of Buildings

PRP Innovate were commissioned by DCLG, now MHCLG, to carry out this research to support the evaluation of Part M and Approved Document M of the Building Regulations. 
Inspiring others: the deaf teacher who is breaking down barriers
February 4, 2021

Inspiring others: the deaf teacher who is breaking down barriers

Alysha Allen tells Emma Sheppard why being a deaf teacher in a mainstream school helps her bring a twist to lessons that builds bonds
Government could miss 2030 step-free train station disabled access goal by 40 years
January 14, 2021

Government could miss 2030 step-free train station disabled access goal by 40 years

Disability charity Leonard Cheshire is calling for the government to prioritise efforts to improve the accessibility of the UK’s train stations.
New Disability and Access Ambassadors to support rights of disabled consumers
January 13, 2021

New Disability and Access Ambassadors to support rights of disabled consumers

The Cabinet Office, on behalf of the Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work, is seeking fourteen new Disability and Access Ambassadors to help to ensure businesses are doing all they can to support their disabled customers.
Sebby Brett .v. Merlin Entertainments Limited
January 4, 2021

Sebby Brett .v. Merlin Entertainments Limited

8 year old Sebby has a condition similar to Cerebral Palsy, which means he cannot walk even short distances without help. As a family treat after a string of surgeries for Sebby, Mrs Brett booked a weekend at Legoland Windsor (LLW) for their family.On 28 September 2019 they went to board the LEGO NINJAGO ride. 

House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee
January 4, 2021

House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee

Unequal impact? Coronavirus, disability and access to services
Disabled people who already faced substantial barriers to full participation in society