Improving access for all

Helping people live healthier and more fulfilled lives is a cornerstone of our work, and forms part of our Well Being Objectives.

We strive to make our sites as accessible, inclusive and welcoming as they can be so that everyone can have the opportunity to get out and enjoy the great outdoors.

What we are doing

We have assessed our main visitor sites to find out whether we provide fair and equal services and facilities for all, what we are doing well and what we can improve on.

We are working to improve signage, path surfaces, communication with visitors, and the information and guidance we provide to staff to ensure we consider all protected characteristics at sites we manage.

Guidance on inclusive access

We have guidance on inclusive access to the outdoors to provide a realistic, practical and effective approach to access improvements, creating more accessible places for more people.

Our guidance is used by our site managers and is available for other land managers with recreational access facilities.

Read more about our work to improve access to the outdoors for all.

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