Access For All

The District Council takes seriously its statutory and other obligations to promote the interests of access for disabled people. The provision of good access can be a vital issue in deciding whether or not to grant permission.

East Sussex County Council Services

East Sussex County Council offer a range of information and services online:

Additionally, the East Sussex Community Information Service has information on local access and support groups in the area.

Access for Assistance Dogs

"Assistance Dogs" includes Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs, Support Dogs, and Dogs for the Disabled.

Hearing Impairments

Induction Loop, also known as a Hearing Loop or T-Loop is an assistive listening system that provides access to facilities for those with a hearing impairment. Hearing loops have become the default assistive listening solution in schools, houses of worship, concert halls and stadiums.
Legislation that service providers and employers must consider in order to avoid discrimination against disabled people, including the hearing impaired.

Local Access Groups

Access Guides

The following guides have been produced by the Access Officers of Wealden District Council, Brighton and Hove City Council, Eastbourne Borough Council, Hastings Borough Council, Lewes District Council and Rother District Council.

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