This is the full access report carried out in 2010 at London’s famous Stables Market, Camden. Extensive redevelopment works had just been carried out, which had thrown up several issues around accessibility. Rough design sketches for a ramp/access path to improve access within part of the Stables Market, Camden.
This report was to explore the feasibility of a community ramp scheme in the town of Ampthill in Bedfordshire. I carried out a full access audit of the town center and then explored possible solutions for the scheme.
The council of Gerrards Cross required advice on a recent redevelopment of their village center after the opening of a new Tesco Superstore following complaints from local residents. I carried out an access report, explored possible solutions and filmed a video report which is below.
This was a report for 211 Kings Cross Road, after staff there raised concerns about fire escape for disabled clients.
This is a video report shot in 2010 that explored the access of the famous Stables Market in Camden, London. It was first shown at the EDRA conference held in Washington DC that year.
This is a video audit of the public domain of the center of Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, carried out for the local community following a redevelopment after the opening of a new Tesco Store.
An item from BBC LDN news concerning the access of the then new GLA building.
An item from BBC LDN News, on the state of London’s streets and how that impacts on wheelchair users.
This is an item from the BBC2 disability magazine show From The Edge concerning parking in London for disabled people, first shown in 2000.
This is the Powerpoint Presentation for Kings College staff and students called “Combating Everyday Disablism”, aiming to open up a discussion about the experiences of disabled people at the university.