South West Londoners are waiting up to seven months to get an adult occupational therapy assessment. Freedom of Information requests
Since coming out of lockdown many theatres made promises of reopening to a more accessible post-pandemic world. While we still
Lambeth residents have been hit with the second highest number of Blue Badge parking charge notices (PCNs) in the capital.
Hammersmith Bridge has now been closed for just over two years, effectively cutting off Barnes residents and leaving them living
A Lambeth resident is taking the council to court over Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) for discriminating against people with disabilities.
Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) continued its commitment to inclusivity by becoming the world’s first relaxed venue, during a celebration last
For many people with disabilities, travelling by train is complicated and exhausting because more than half of London stations are
Summary: SW Londoner reporter Asif Faruque looks at life for disabled people using London transport and what more can be
Summary: A military veteran is angered by Richmond Golf Club following their response to a complaint about unsuitable disabled access.