Direct Enquiries The Nationwide Disabled Access Register
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e.g. Bank, Hotel


e.g. LloydsTSB


e.g. Poole or BH1
 
Refine Search:
  • 'Facilities for the partially sighted or blind.
  • 'Assisted wheelchair access.
  • 'Non assisted wheelchair access.
  • 'Facilities for the mobility impaired.
  • 'Customer toilet facilities.
  • 'Accessible toilets.
  • 'Sign language for deaf people.
  • 'Facilities for hard of hearing people.
  • 'Induction loops available.
  • 'Customer car parking facilities.
  • 'Accessible car parking.
  • 'Staff assistance.
  • 'Low Payment Counters including clipboards, dropdown counters, lap trays and portable chip & pin
  • 'Parent with pushchair access.
  • 'Baby changing facilities.
  • 'Accessible baby changing facilities.
  • 'Alternative languages available.
 

Detailed City Information

Direct Enquiries has access information for businesses and locations in every town in the UK. You can use the search facility above to find a particular business or simply search by business type. If you have specific access requirements, the search can be refined using the access symbols.

The map to the right displays towns in the UK with access information listed.

If you are looking for all the locations publishing their access facilities in a particular town, simply add the name of the City to the "in Where" box above and click search.

There are 4 easy steps to use this site. Simply:

1. Enter the Business name or type in the boxes above.
2. Enter your location.
3. Use the access symbols to prioritise the access facilities you require.
4. Click 'Go Find' to see the results


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City Access Revealed

Alternatively select one of the featured cities listed below where Direct Enquiries has conducted detailed access assessments to provide step by step routes to some of the most popular attractions.

Birmingham

Birmingham  

Birmingham offers so many things to do it's hard to know where to start. Listed here are a few of the many places you may choose to visit for shopping, leisure or meetings.
View attractions in Birmingham

Exeter

Birmingham  

The city of Exeter is the county town of Devon, in the southwest of England. It is situated on the River Exe. Among the notable buildings in Exeter are: The Cathedral, founded in 1050.
View attractions in Exeter

London

London  

London is a major tourist destination, with four world heritage sites and numerous iconic landmarks such as the Houses of Parliament, tower Bridge, the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and the London Eye amongst its many attractions.
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Manchester

Manchester  

Manchester has a number of busy squares, plazas and shopping streets. Many of Manchester city centre's streets are now pedestrianised with numerous other streets having Metrolink or Bus priority. One of the oldest thoroughfares is Market Street.
View attractions in Manchester

Newcastle

Newcastle  
Newcastle is a city in north-east England, situated inside the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear.
There are several major shopping areas in Newcastle city centre, the largest of which is the Eldon Square shopping centre. The main shopping street in the city is Northumberland Street.
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Nottingham

Nottingham  

Nottingham is a city (and county town of Nottinghamshire) in the East Midlands of England. The centre of Nottingham lies on the River Leen. The heart of Nottingham City Centre is the Old Market Square, where a major redevelopment was completed in March 2007. Most of the main shopping streets surround the square.
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Sheffield

Sheffield  

Sheffield is a city and metropolitan borough in South Yorkshire. It is so named because of its origins in a field on the River Sheaf that runs through the city.
View attractions in Sheffield