Does anyone know about a charity called Living Streets formally known as the
Pedestrian Association. They are organising workshops in London, Liverpool,
Leicester and York in which they will "unpack the implications of the DDA
for the streetscape". This will take them half an hour. They are also going
to explain how to do a street audit and present findings.
Their promotion forms are not at all easy to read (using red lettering on a
green background) and it seems to be quite expensive. If you want to find
out more you can access their web pages on www.livingstreets.org.uk - the
website does seem on the face of it to be easy to read although it does not
carry any of the web accessibility symbols.
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