Accessibility moves into a new level

07 April 2021, 11:00

One of the UK’s biggest shopping centres, intu, is giving a new level of customer experience. Intu Merry Hill has become the latest retail venue to open a Changing Places assisted accessible toilet, to enable any shoppers who may need help (in terms of carers or equipment) to go to the loo can do so...
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Changing accessibility for the better

07 April 2021, 10:57

People with disabilities will find Liverpool one of the better airports to use when travelling by air, with the completion of a £4million refurbishment & upgrade of the departure lounge. Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) – already rated as good under the latest Civil Aviation Authority...
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Moto helps improve access ‘up north’

07 April 2021, 10:51

Disabled travellers can venture further afield with the opening of the most northerly Changing Places on the M6. MOTO Hospitality has opened its latest assisted accessible facility, supplied and installed by Closomat, northbound at Southwaite. The room- which gives people who need help to toilet, an...
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What’s the story? A full house (of toilets)…

07 April 2021, 10:43

A new multi-arts centre heralded as transforming the cultural landscape is already reaping the results of its inclusive approach. Storyhouse in Chester is a £37million facility, mainly funded by Cheshire West & Chester Council, combining library, two theatres, a cinema, restaurant and bars, in w...
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‘World-class’ facilities enable health & wellbeing

07 April 2021, 10:41

People in the West Midlands wanting to improve their health and fitness can benefit from new, state-of-the-art facilities that deliver optimum accessibility in all aspects. University of Birmingham’s £55m sports club, Sport & Fitness, has, from the outset, been developed as a world-class venue...
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Com-prehensive approach helps deliver ‘best practice’ in accessibility

07 April 2021, 10:35

The best leisure centre in the country is building on its reputation for excellence by investing in state-of-art facilities for disabled people. Mid Suffolk Leisure Centre, operated by Everyone Active on behalf of Mid Suffolk District Council, has added improved toilet and changing facilities to ena...
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Roadchef raises the standard in accessibility

07 April 2021, 10:33

Roadchef, one of the UK’s leading Motorway Service Area (MSA) operators, has announced the opening of a Changing Places facility at its Norton Canes site, on the M6 Toll. The new Changing Places facility at Norton Canes on the M6 toll will provide customers with specialist equipment and more space t...
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Delivery of great brands on the motorway heads south

07 April 2021, 10:29

The UK’s largest motorway services provider, which operates on the ethos of delivering great brand and exceptional customer service, is extending its principle to Exeter…. Visitors to MOTO Hospitality’s Exeter Services, at the end of the M5, will find it has undergone a complete make-over. Now, not...
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Leicester champions disability access

07 April 2021, 10:05

A citywide programme to make Leicester accessible to all visitors has taken a major step forward with the opening of a state-of-the-art Changing Places toilet at the new Haymarket Bus Station. The £13.5million regeneration of the city’s main bus station has creating a modern, comfortable environment...
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Stoke Bus Station

07 April 2021, 10:03

Council acts on public requests to create premier regional shopping destination Stoke-on-Trent City Council has taken innovative steps to make its £multi-million town centre redevelopment open to all… As part of the City Renewal programme aimed at transforming the centre into a premier regiona...
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Pier Head – Liverpool

07 April 2021, 10:01

Changing place changes lives in Liverpool Part of a £10m regeneration of a World Heritage Site is ‘raising the bar’ in provision in public toilets through its approach to accessibility. The new Pier Head Ferry Terminal – home of the famous ferries across the Mersey and Beatles story attr...
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Swansea Station

07 April 2021, 09:58

All change at Swansea Rail! SWANSEA RAILWAY STATION has become the first railway station in Wales, and first major station in the UK, to invest in a ‘state of the art’ toilet for people with a disability. The installation of the ‘Changing Places’ toilet forms part of a major...
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