The Disability Discrimination Act 1995

The DDA, as it is known, came into force in 1996, and deals with many areas of disability discrimination. Those who provide services to the public now have a duty under the law to ensure they have taken reasonable steps to ensure that people with disabilities are not prevented from using their services.

This may mean making physical changes to buildings where services are provided, but is not confined to physical changes. We have wide experience in designing and overseeing the development of new-build and modification projects to meet the requirements of the Act

Use the link on the left of the page to read our technical guide on the DDA in pdf format.






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