From February 2017 this Online Access Statement Tool will no longer be available to new users.
Access Statements will be replaced by Accessibility Guides, an easier format for both operators and
consumers to use. A new and improved free website will be made available for operators to produce
their Accessibility Guide, by completing a tailored questionnaire, and publish it for customers.
Users will still be able to access this tool to download existing Access Statements if required, but
VisitEngland and VisitScotland strongly recommend moving over to the new Accessibility Guides format
once available. There is no strict timetable for moving over, allowing you to make the switch gradually,
but producing a new guide will vastly increase your visibility and appeal to this significant market,
helping you to increase bookings and business.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
Your Access Statement
A description of your facilities & services
to inform people with access needs
Three good reasons to have an Access Statement…
- Can help you to meet your obligations under the Equality Act 2010 (replaced the Disability Discrimination Act on 1st October 2010)
- Marketing opportunity, informing your visitors in one concise document
- The UK's population is ageing and by 2025 more than a third of the UK’s population will be over 55
Create & print your information collection form
Complete your Access Statement online
Download your Access Statement
Make available to potential customers:
- Put on your website
- Email on request
- Promote in your leaflets and newsletters