From York Disability Rights Forum.
We invited Make it York and City of York Council to tell us about the outside seating that’s being introduced as part of the plans to reopen the city. Here you can find out about the ways that disabled access has been incorporated into those plans. As well as how to feedback on your thoughts and experiences, good or bad, about the public seating around the city centre.
Dominic Berry, Senior health and safety event manager at Make it York and Andy Kerr, head of regeneration programmes at City of York Council tell us more:
We are working with York businesses, public services and cultural organisations to prepare for a safe reopening of the city. We want every York resident to be able to enjoy the shops and services they’ve missed so much, support local jobs and play a role in the city’s recovery.
While some rules change, the formula for keeping the transmission rate down and the places we love open remains the same.
Hands. Face. Space. Fresh air.
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