When the lifts are out, which is often, you're stuffed
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Hearing Aid, Wheelchair
In theory the whole station is accessible. There can be long walks but it's doable without steps. The reality is the lifts are very unreliable. They're out more often than any other underground station in London. When there are planned outages, they work out ways round if possible. Unplanned outages: not so much so. See https://youtu.be/O8OIVKZrglc
Transport & Parking
Three no disabled parking. Disabled access by public transport is theoretically good...
The lifts are very unreliable and when they are out, their information provision and also communication is very broken.
It's just outside the entrance by the pier. It is radar locked
They had given 0 instructions as to how to access the station. They tried to describe it to my carer, instead of showing us.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
All the planning in the world is pointless if when things alter the plans are just forgotten about.