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Access For All

Jon has been working hard to improve accessibility for all in the City of Plymouth since 2011. Jon believes in a diverse Plymouth where everybody has equal opportunities to experience all of the amazing facilities available in the City.

He has worked with the following groups and businesses:

  • Plymouth City Council,
  • The Plymouth City Centre Company,
  • Plymouth City College,
  • Plymouth University,
  • Plymouth Community Homes,
  • LiveWest
  • Sanctuary Housing,
  • PADAN (Plymouth Area Disability Action Network),
  • Numerous Local Building Firms,
  • Shekinah Charity,
  • St. Luke’s Hospice,
  • And Many More Local Businesses and Individuals.


Jon has worked continuously with multiple different partners to make Plymouth more Accessible, by having new wheelchair ramps and drop curbs installed and repaired. He has worked tirelessly to have pavements repaired or replaced where needed. He has also helped local businesses across Plymouth to become more accessible and ‘disabled friendly’, by assessing their access requirements and working out cost-effective solutions to fit their requirements.


Jon has been working on the following accessibility campaigns:

  • Enhance Victoria Park by installing new playground equipment that can be accessed by children with mixed abilities.
  •  Raised Accessible Taxi Ranks across the City to make accessing a wheelchair-friendly taxi safer
  • More wheelchair-accessible taxis
  •  Drop curbs installed across St. Peter and Waterfront Ward and Plymouth
  • A new accessible ramp cut into the hillside of Citadel
  • No wheelchair access signs in certain locations throughout the City, such as the Citadel footpath on Plymouth Hoe, until Jon’s new ramp campaign is successful.
Midland House Access For All Plymouth
Guildhall Carpark Access For All Plymouth
Notte Street - Drop Curb