Good practice guidance aimed at helping local authorities meet their access requirements under the Equality Act 2010. Includes outline of the legal requirements and technical specification of various access system and their suitability for disabled people.
This guidance gives a strategic overview of the access requirements and outlines the relevant legal frameork. It goes on to give a revuew process that can be applied to an environment to improve access for disabled people. A very useful and practical guide produced by The Countryside Agency in 2005
Excellent technical guidance with numerous illustrations, drawings and specifications for gates, stiles, seating etc All focussed on the access requirements of disabled people, produced by Scottish Natural Heritage in 2002
Comprehensive guidance produced by the Fieldfare Trust in 2001 wich is now availble as a free download.
The download package includes a variety of documents that give strategic, practical and technical guidance on managing, improving and designing accessible paths, trails and countryside areas. Be aware that all references to DDA are now superceded by the EA (Equality Act 2010)