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Disability access to our buildings

Council buildings

Rushcliffe Borough Council has invested £250,000 in adapting Council buildings to meet the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act (1995).

If you have visited one of our public buildings and have had difficulty gaining access to goods or services the Council provides, then please tell us.

Access to non-Council buildings

If you have encountered problems gaining access to private business premises (such as offices and shops), you need to contact the Disability Rights Commission. The Council does not have the authority to deal with this upon your behalf.

Other Council owned property

The Council also owns office accommodation, shops and industrial units, which are leased to private companies. The Disability Discrimination Act requires these service providers to ensure that their employees and the general public have reasonable access to their goods and services. You must talk to the leaseholder if you encounter access problems.


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