Welcome to the City of London's access pages. Here you will find information about how the City of London promotes access to buildings and streets both within the Square Mile and to City of London owned and managed sites, details of the work of the Access Team to promote inclusive design in the built environment, and how disabled people who live and/or work in the Square Mile can become involved in making the environment more accessible by joining the City of London Access Group. If after browsing the information on this site you would like further information on access in the City, please contact the Access Office.
The draft City of London Disability Equality Scheme was published on 4 December 2006. We welcome feedback and comments on the scheme. Please contact us on 020 7332 1995 or by email.
Access Information directory for the City of London
Information on access to the City of London can be found on the Nationwide Access Register.
The City of London's booklet, Access for Disabled People in the City of London contains details of access to buildings, parking, public accessible WCs, dropped kerbs and transport within the City.
Download the Access for disabled people in the City of London booklet (319kb)