Access and Inclusion
The majority of homes in England (84%) do not allow someone using a wheelchair to get to and through the front door without difficulty.
Inclusion London’s response to the consultation on the Mayor’s vision for a diverse and inclusive city
Our recommendations to ensure that London is an inclusive city for Deaf and Disabled people. Informed by Deaf and Disabled people’s views and experience gathered at the event facilitated by GLA staff on 5 September.
Following the proposals on Access for All detailed in the Hendy Review, Transport for All, together with Inclusion London, Disabled People against Cuts, Disability Rights UK, RNIB, Muscular Dystrophy Campaign UK and Campaign for Better Transport wrote to the Secretary of State for Transport.
The “Replanning Network Rail’s investment programme” report from Sir Peter Hendy to the Transport Secretary recommends to defer 50% of vital Access for All projects to 2019-24.