Surveys are undertaken specifically to ascertain whether buildings and/or service providers meet the requirements of the Disability and Equality Act 2010.
The Act is extensive in its application and covers any physical, visual or mental disability. Advice can be given in relation to adaptation of buildings, or alternatively changes in operational procedure to accommodate the needs of disabled people.
We love this turn of the century shot of Lord St. Albany Buildings and its neighbours at Nos. 355 & 365 survived the century, but Craven's outfitters was replaced by the far more impressive National & Provincial Bank in 1927. Retweeted by Paul Ennis Group
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