Good Practice Guidance Toolkit

The final stage of the ‘Way to Go’ Project launched by Disability Wales in 2010

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This good practice guidance is the final stage of the ‘Way to Go’ Project launched by Disability Wales in 2010 with grant funding from the Welsh Government Advancing Equality Fund. The Project aimed to equip planning officers, and disability and access organisations, with the practical tools to work together to ensure a fully inclusive built environment in Wales. This included consultation, engagement and a modular programme of training courses for access groups and planners.

The Toolkit brings together the issues and lessons from the training programme to provide an online resource for planners to enable them to plan for inclusive access and to engage effectively with access and disability groups.


Carol Thomas & Caroline Lewis, Access Design Solutions UK Ltd and Andrew Lewis, Lewis Consultancy

Advisory Group:

Alan Hunt, Pembrokeshire County Council; Vin West, Arfon Access Group; Helen Cook, Tenant Participation Advisory Service (TPAS); Andrea Gordon, Guide Dogs; Huw Thomas, Cardiff University School of Planning and Geography; Laura Crawford, Conwy Access Group; Gail Radcliffe, Conwy County Borough Council; Steve Tilston, Denbighshire County Council

‘Way to Go’ Trainers:

James Davies, Planning Aid Wales; Helen Kane, Access-Included; Ann Lukens, Group Works; Dr Robert Gravelle, Consultant, and Disability Wales Staff.

Commissioned by Disability Wales

Access Design Solutions UK Ltd.