Inaccessible tribunal hearing
Hello, Just been to see the court where my tribunal is being held, to check out the entrance area and parking facilities and it is littered with metre high posts (a bit like a slalom course) plus it's on a very busy three lanes road with about 5 parking spaces. Generally I would use my motability scooter but feel very vulnerable in this area. Even the pavements are wonky, so not sure what to do as I have confirmed I use my scooter when going out. Any tips or advice please. Without the scooter and the distance involved in getting to the actual room is going to be a problem. Many thanks.
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