Making the Olympics accessible
Visitors to London with specific accessibility needs will soon find it easier to plan and make the most of their stay in the capital using information from a new website – InclusiveLondon
As we head towards the most exciting period in the capital’s modern history beginning with the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games visitors will be flocking to the capital in the coming months and years. People planning a trip to the city will be able to use InclusiveLondon.com to find out about the accessibility features of hotels, restaurants, pubs, shops, museums and tourist attractions, the 2012 Games venues and more.
The user-friendly site, which will continue to run after the Games, allows people to post reviews and give feedback about the accessibility facilities offered by a place they have visited. Businesses are being encouraged to log on and sign-up to the site so they can register their details and advertise the accessible facilities they offer. The plan is for the site to become a first port of call for people who will be planning a trip to the capital in 2012 and beyond.
Inclusive London Website