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The Equality Act 2010 maintains the duties previously imposed by the Disability Discrimination Acts of 1995 and 2005 requiring equality of provision of your goods and services, and may require physical alterations to buildings.

It's estimated that up to 8.5 million people in the UK have a disability, so inclusive access is a good business strategy.

The Regulatory Reform [Fire Safety] Order 2005 gives responsibility to the occupiers of buildings to ensure that all building users are alerted to a fire, and can be safely evacuated from a building - including people with mobility impairment, or who cannot hear the fire alarm.

Our services :-

  • Access Audits of buildings you use, or before leasing or buying new buildings.

    An access audit reviews the access to buildings, services and facilities and also egress in an emergency evacuation.

    All recommendations are specific to your business, are prioritised and can include budget costs.


    An audit is the starting point in creating an access strategy, and may be used to inform decisions on maintenance or refurbishment of premises.

  • Access Consultancy to create and support an access strategy.

  • Review of business policies, practices and procedures for access or egress by disabled people.
  • Website We work with experts in accessible web design to ensure that the 'public face' of your business is easily useable by all your customers.

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Contact us to discuss the legal duties which the Equality Act 2010 places on your business

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