Coffee, lunch, meetings and arts
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
Getting into the building from the street was fairly easy. There are two doors which are wide enough and have level access. Once inside general access was fairly good and it was easy to get around; albeit there are rather a lot of doors in some places.
Transport & Parking
There is some on street parking and buses pass along the street as well.
Once in the building getting around was fairly easy. There is a lift that will take you to the various floors and there is more than one accessible loo. On arrival there is a reception area with dropped counter with staff will point you in the right direction. If you're stopping off at the cafe you will find it has level access and the majority of chairs and tables can be moved to accommodate a wheelchair user if required. The service is tableservice which is helpful.
There's more than one accessible toilet. I used one adjacent to the cafe area. It was spacious and served its purpose; although I did find the doors tricky to manage.
Staff were friendly and helpful.