Everything you need to know before your visit.
There are three car parking spaces for users with disabilities at the front of the building. These cannot be booked in advance and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Next door to the building there is a car park with additional spaces for users with disabilities, which offers short stay and long stay parking.
There are hearing induction loops at both the reception desk and at the Searchroom counter on the first floor, where you sign in.
There is a lift up to the Searchroom on the first floor. The lift has been fitted with an audio commentary which announces when the doors are closing and when it arrives at the first floor.
There are wheelchair-accessible toilets on the ground floor, near reception, and on the first floor, inside the Searchroom.
The toilet on the first floor has been fitted with a RADAR lock. Researchers who do not already have a RADAR key can obtain one from radar.org.uk.
If you have any additional requirements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss them.
Low level lockers and a low level coat rack have been installed, with sufficient space for wheelchair users.
An accessible PC has been fitted with a larger monitor screen with a white keyboard, featuring black characters on a yellow background. A new mouse with a larger tracker ball has been installed.
Magnifying glasses are available on request for use in the Searchroom.
Members of staff are on hand to provide assistance, adjusting the height and rake of the Searchroom chairs. Outsize or heavy documents can be difficult to manoeuvre, but members of staff will be happy to provide assistance.