The aim of the Dundee Access Group is to ensure that disabled people can enjoy as many of the facilities of Dundee as possible.
They produce information that lets disabled people know about the facilities in Dundee that are accessible, and work to have shops and public buildings altered, where necessary, to comply with the Disability Discrimination Act which ensures that, wherever possible, disabled people can gain access.
Click here to download the latest copy of their Access for Disabled People booklet, which came out in late 2006, in PDF format
Angus Access Panel
Angus Access Panel is a charity organisation which works for and advises on improved access for disabled people to the built environment. They also provide information for disabled people.
Their office at 4 Victoria Street, Forfar, is open four afternoons per week - Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays - from 2pm to 4pm and is staffed by volunteers.
Their telephone number is 01307 465161. Outside opening hours a message can be left on their answering machine, or they can be contacted by fax on 01307 462373 or by e-mail at email@example.com. Their website address is www.angusaccesspanel.org.uk