Tattoo & Body Piercing
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
Access is reasonable for a small building.
Transport & Parking
Abbey Street Car Park is close by (0.1 mile). There is also a bus stop located about 1 minutes away (Stop B10 V1 the villager, leaves from Derby Bus Station).
The door is manual and of a regular width. There is a ramp up too reception with a slight lip to it. There isn't much room in reception for powerchairs but it is manageable. I didn't see a hearing loop advertised. Reception desk is high. The piercing section is upstairs but they were able to do mine downstairs. There was seating in reception (two seater sofas). I'm not sure what kind of seating they have for tattoo sessions but I imagine they will work around your needs and do it whilst you are seated in your wheelchair if needed.
I did see a sign that said disabled loo but I didn't check it out. The nearest changing places toilet is either inside intu Derby or council house.