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Access audits and disability consultancy from the leading NRAC consultants

We’re experts in disability access. Our accessibility audits are the easiest and most economical way to make sure you not only open up your premises to every visitor, but also meet your obligations under the Equality Act 2010.

We take a common sense approach to disability access too. We’ll highlight lots of significant but inexpensive changes – so improving your accessibility can cost a lot less than you imagine.

How we can help

Disability access
For us, it’s personal

Each of our Access Auditors and NRAC Consultants has personal experience of disability, giving them a unique insight into access problems.

That’s why organisations across the government, health care, education, social housing, charities, public transport and retail sectors trust us to get it right, and we work closely with clients to find the most cost-effective way to implement disability access.

Our story

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Steven Mifsud is sleeping out on the streets on 26 March to raise awareness of homeless disabled veterans. Can you help him raise awareness? https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/steven-mifsud @RBLI #Veterans #Disability #AccessAudits

Photo at Khalifa International Stadium. Great to be back in Doha, Qatar looking at preparations for the World Cup and how disabled people will be part of this exciting event, the first FIFA event in the Middle East #Qatar #FIFA #InclusiveSports @tradegovuk_NW

It was a real pleasure to listen to @SimonPenneyHMTC this morning. Direct Access are proud to be in Qatar to illustrate our expertise in ensuring sporting facilities are accessible for all #Qatar @FIFAWorldCup @ukinqatar

Yesterday we signed the Global Compact on Inclusive & Accessible Cities. #Cities4All at @WUF_10 #AbuDhabi As a #Accessibility organisation, we fully agree to the list of principles. #TheFutureIsAccessible #InclusiveFuture #SmartCities #UniversalDesign #AccessAudits

@WaterworkMuseum attended this extremely useful session organised by @WM_MuseumDev on improving #inclusion #access in a heritage setting (also tips for obtaining & retaining #MuseumAccreditation) - excellent shared #MuseumLearning
PS excellent recent audit by @EqualityAct2010 👍 https://twitter.com/EqualityAct2010/status/1220324959643414530

Latest News

RBLI Sleep Out For Homeless Veterans.

On 26 March, Steven Mifsud, Director of Direct Access will be joining other CEOs as part of the RBLI sleep out for homeless veterans. Can you help Steven raise awareness?

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Abu Dhabi – World Urban Forum

In Abu Dhabi this week at the World Urban Forum, five new cities signed the Cities4all compact to be part of the campaign to transform 100 cities into inclusive and accessible cities. Direct Access were delighted that our Head of Engagement, Steve Dering, joined representatives from the cities of Abu Dhabi, Barcelona, Helsinki, Almaty and Banjul to commit to building cities that are accessible for all.

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Healthcare premises in Canada – improving access for people with disabilities

With an estimated 20 percent of Canadians with a disability, addressing barriers such as poor signage, narrow doorways, internal steps, inadequate restrooms and a lack of parking spaces, is crucial to delivering accessible healthcare.

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A selection of our testimonials

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