The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 is a legal requirement that applies across the United Kingdom and makes it unlawful for any service provider to discriminate against people with disabilities.
Since October 2004 “reasonable adjustments” to the physical features of your premises to overcome barriers of access have been a requirement. The wording ‘premises’ does not mean purely buildings but also encompasses external areas such as Parks, Zoos and Play Areas.
duRose have a number of products designed to fulfil the requirements of the DDA.
If you are uncertain about the measures you need take to ensure that your premises fulfil DDA requirements then call duRose. Our experts will share their knowledge and experience to help you become compliant.
duRose will also design and manufacture bespoke facilities suited to the unique situation of your premises.