Inclusive Access is a requirement for all buildings used by the public, to meet duties under the Equality Act 2010 - this supercedes the Disability Discrimination Acts [DDA] of 1995 & 2005.
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Future Inclusive Consultants are accredited on the National Register of Access Consultants [NRAC] and as Inclusive Environment Consultants by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors [RICS]
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New public sector equality duty guidance
The new public sector equality duty for public authorities comes into force on 6th April 2011, replacing the duties under DDA.
The EHCR has published guides to provide an overview of the duties imposed by the Equality Act 2010; copies are available at
The guides detail what public authorities should do to meet the duty, and includes information on the general equality duty, the specific duties and who they apply to.More News