Access is good for business and people – Esther, Konditor and Disability Justice Project

We at Reasonable Access are delighted to see one of our members Esther Leighton achieving such a positive and constructive outcome to raising an accessibility concern with a small business Konditor Cakes in London. Konditor has made an honest and public apology, fixed the access issues, and are now educating other business owners about how easy access can be as well as fundraising for the Disability Justice Project for the next six months.

We would like to see more businesses react so constructively and positively when disabled people point access barriers out to them – it’s cheaper, happier and more useful than any other response.

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Hello and welcome to Reasonable Access.

We are a small group of disabled people setting up an organisation to support disabled people to assert and enforce their access rights. 

It is early days yet but we are working on plans like seeking funding, getting an accessibly designed website, registering as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation and opening a bank account! We are mostly working using free resources but already have pledges of micro and not so micro donations from lovely supporters.