Our website has been designed to comply with W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative’s (WAI) Guidelines, and to allow as many people as possible to use it, including older audiences and those with visual, hearing, cognitive or motor impairments.
You should be able to:
- zoom in up to 300% without problems
- navigate the website successfully on a mobile device or desktop computer
- change the colours on the website using browser or operating system preferences
- navigate most of the website using just your keyboard, or using speech recognition software
- Where a document can be downloaded, such as in PDF, it will open in a new browser window.
Parts of this website are not fully accessible. For example:
- some documents are in PDF or XLSX format and are not accessible (for example meeting minutes), because they are not structured in a format that can be read by screen readers.
We last tested our website for accessibility in June 2020, and meet the WCAG AA standard, with many parts of the website meeting AAA standards.
What we’re doing to improve accessibility
We are working to ensure that any new PDFs or Word documents we publish meet accessibility standards. This does not extend to documents and webpages published by other organisations that we may link to, as we have no control over their content.
How to request content in an accessible format
If you need information in a different format contact us and tell us:
- the web address (URL) of the content
- your name and email address
- the format you need, for example large print, accessible PDF
What do do if you find an accessibility problem on this website
If you find a problem on our website, please let us know through our contact form, or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Page last updated 6 June 2020