Making high streets work for all

By Ben Cooper | 17 August 2021

Improving the accessibility of our high streets for disabled people will help level up our country, but the Government is making it more difficult.

High street shops, pubs, restaurants and clubs lose out on over £400m worth of business every month, because their goods and services aren’t accessible for disabled people.

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