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Accessibility to Inclusion – Beyond physical access: How far have we come? How far have we to go?

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Tuesday 1st December 2020 (10:30-11:15)

In this pre-recorded video conversation, followed by a live Q&A  you will discover an overview of University of Birmingham's Estates developments over the last 100 years moving beyond considerations of physical access and compliance.

You will hear from Hilary Tansley, Estates Accessibility Officer about the journey towards inclusivity.

Hilary Tansley is a Chartered Building Surveyor and registered on the National Register of Access Consultants. She worked as a Building Surveyor in Higher Education for more than a decade before developing her interest in Inclusive Design by completing a MSc in Inclusive Environments and then working as an independent Access Consultant before joining the Estates Office at UoB as Accessibility Officer in Spring 2019.

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