Accessibility

We have been actively addressing web accessibility since 2001 - one of the first companies to do so in the United Kingdom (UK). 

We will continue to look at opportunities to improve the usability of our sites and welcome any feedback.

There are a variety of resources available for general accessibility information. You may wish to look at the Equality and Human Rights Commission website in the United Kingdom (UK) and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) website for recommendations and checklist.