We have been delivering successful, innovative and sensitive architecture for people with disabilities for more than 45 years. Our philosophy is that architecture should be accessible and enjoyed by all.
Under the Equality Act 2010 that replaces the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, all public and most private buildings that provide services must make reasonable adjustments so that they are accessible to people with a disability or additional need.
Over the last 5 years, we have successfully carried out over 100 DDA compliant audits. To support this philosophy, we have our own team of Disability Access and Dementia auditors. We also use their expertise to audit our designs to ensure all new build and refurbishment projects meet the highest standards for our clients.
Combining our auditing skills and refurbishment expertise has led to the sensitive rejuvenation of buildings and public places. By making spaces accessible to all we ensure a sustainable future for buildings.
Our team of experienced access auditors can provide you with a one-stop service for all your accessibility needs. Our service includes:
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