I visited a solicitors premises in a welsh valley area yesterday.
He wants to make it more accessible.
The front door is accessed from the high street pavement of standard
width. At the edge of the pavement is a railing.
It has a small step leading into the building with no possibility of
placing a permanent ramp there.
What issues would he have to consider if he was to use a temporary ramp
at the step when clients who are wheelchair users wish to enter?
Where could he get one from?
Hoping someone can help
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