Communities and neighbourhoods
Developing Accessible Play Space: A Good Practice Guide

Developing Accessible Play Space: A Good Practice Guide

Published 1 November 2003
Type(s) Good practice and guidance
Site Communities and neighbourhoods
Product code 03 UPU 01737
Price Free


Based on consultation with disabled children, young people, their parents and caregivers, campaigners, playground amenities officers, equipment manufacturers, planners, play providers, and policy makers this guide aims to help all those with an interest in developing accessible play space. ItĀ gives advice which can be tailored to individual settings on developing accessible play space disabled children can use.

A leaflet summarising the main points is also available via the link on the right.

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