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High Peak Access has been commissioned by High Peak CVS to produce guidelines for individuals, voluntary groups, and private and statutory organisations, to help people participate in public events and meetings.

Countryside

Good Practice

Examples of easy access for a wheelchair user with poor sight.

Highways

Site visit to assess pedestrian footpaths at Furness Vale 10 July 2012. Two particular pedestrian footpaths were examined, following a compliant by Vera Mellor, who regularly uses these and had a fall at one of them.
High Peak Access Group, Buxton Visually Impaired Group and Derbyshire County Council have worked together to get bollards put in outside Sainsbury's on Buxton Market Place, to prevent drivers parking across and blocking the tactile paving crossing point at the entrance.
Design and maintenance of tactile paving with examples of bad practice.

Poor Practice

Sports Venue

The Sailing Club has obtained 50k from Sport England for replacement or refurbishment of the Sailing Club Boathouse. The application to Sport England included improving accessibility with the provision of ramped or level access, and an accessible toilet.

Statutory Agencies

Comments by High Peak Access on the Local Plan for High Peak
High Peak Access had some concerns about disabled access into and around the new Howard Town Mill development in Glossop.
A small steering group of volunteers from High Peak Access had been working hard over the past two years with Mark Rushworth, Leisure Contract & Sports Development Officer, and Stacy Wilde, General Manager, New Mills Leisure Centre; to help shape, and ensure that the Leisure Centre’s renovation into a Village concept was, and is accessible for disabled people with a wide range of impairments.