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Improving accessibility for wheelchair users

niallmcgrathniallmcgrath Member Posts: 1 Listener
edited March 2020 in Disabled people
Hi, 
I'm a theatre technician at a 6th Form College, and I've joined this forum to seek advice about improving accessibility for wheelchair users in the spaces I manage. 
Specifically, we have a set of tiered platforms which are used as the base for audience and technical crew seating in various configurations of a 22m by 11m space.  Each section is 8' by 4' in area, and what I want to do is replace one of the sections at the top / back of the tier with a lift so a wheelchair user may get to the top and work there as a technician or stage manager.  The height of the top tier platform is about 2m.  
Any advice gratefully received.  
Thanks, 
Niall McGrath

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