Filling in the short form below will instantly give you a set of contact details for surveyors who can provide a disability access assessment of your property. You will be provided with their contact details, all within less than a second and you will then be able to contact them directly to discuss your situation in more detail. If you have difficulty filling in the form or if you need help, please call us on 0800 0147 453.
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We will provide you with a multiple list of suppliers who cover your area. In addition to providing their full contact details, where possible we will also provide a list of initial estimates. This information is given instantly in your web browser. You will then be able to contact any of these suppliers directly. In addition we will forward your contact details to each of these suppliers so that they can contact you directly should they wish to. If you do not want to give your phone number please enter 0000 into the telephone number field.
Please note that although we forward your contact details to each supplier who covers your area, your details are not provided to any other third parties. You will receive a feedback email from us, in approximately three weeks time, but after that we will not use your contact details again.
The Equality Act 2010 (EA) and the Disability Discrimination Acts (DDA) of 1995 to 2005 give disabled people important rights of access to everyday services. Service providers have an obligation to make reasonable adjustments to premises or to the way they provide a service to ensure that their business is accessible to people with disabilities.
A disability access audit or DDA assessment is the most effective way to establish the impact that a building has on disabled people. It is also the best way to ensure that you are aware of all of your duties and responsibilities under the DDA. In essence, a DDA access audit or disability / DDA assessment maps a journey through your business as taken by a disabled person, for example someone with a mobility or sensory impairment. It examines the accessibility of your service, identifies barriers, measures usability and provides options for improvement. An access audit also takes into account the nature of your business and your budget, whilst looking at all aspects of the environment, property and service.
You can do this yourself but sometimes it is best left to the professionals. Surveyors who carry out Disability Access Assessments ( also known as DDA audits) have an in depth knowledge of the Disability Discrimination Act and awareness of working with disability issues.
If you carry out Disability Access Assessments and you would like your contact details to be listed on our website please click here to apply for a no obligation trial.