Housing Investigation - Evidence
I think although there is understanding of basic access requirements i.e. level access and turning space, there are more complex issues that developers simply don't think about. Involvement of disabled people is critical to ensure the accessibility of housing is improved.
Jon Hastie, Shoreham-by-Sea
We looked at a bungalow that had been recently refurbished. The landlord had agreed to adaptations, so we put in an offer with a full list of what we needed. However the landlord refused us a roll- in shower and two track hoists. This couldn't be resolved and the landlord took the property off the market.
Matthew O'Sullivan, Reading