We are committed to ensuring that our website is accessible to the widest possible range of people.
The site has been built using government guidelines and to specific standards. That means that all core information should easily accessible by:
The standards used mean that:
Following accessibility audits and testing with users with various abilities we have implemented accessibility features. Details of some of these features are given on the 'how to use our website' section.
Although we are striving to reach AA level of accessibility which should ensure that most people with most technologies will be able to access our website and information, some areas will not meet the required criteria. Mostly they are legacy area and documents such as our older news releases and PDF documents. Other areas such as our Land Information Search rely on particular technologies. In those areas we are aiming at providing the user with alternative ways to obtain the information if they cannot access it via the website.