Sheffield City Council
Sheffield has a lot to offer, we are England's fourth largest city with a diverse population of over 550,000 people, home to two of Britain's top Universities, the UK's top outdoor city, and have the largest theatre complex outside of London.
Therefore in line with Sheffield City Council's continued commitment to our Fairness Commission Principles and tackling inequality, we are pleased to work with DisabledGo, Disability Sheffield and The AccessCard to support this guide as part of our Accessible Sheffield Project. This will help us deliver on our ambition to become an accessible and fairer city for all who live, work, study and or visit here.
We hope this project will also encourage all organisations whether large or small to improve accessibility for people across the city. We hope this will help enable people to build greater independence and will promote choice and wellbeing.
For the Council and our partners, breaking down the barriers people face to accessing their community, civil life, leisure opportunities, employment and education makes financial as well as social sense. An accessible city is great for everyone who lives in or visits Sheffield, we don't want anyone excluded from enjoying what our city has to offer.
On behalf of Sheffield City Council I hope you find this guide useful and enjoy the time that you spend in Sheffield.
Please click here for the Meadowhall Shopping Centre DisabledGo access guide.
Please click here for The University of Sheffield DisabledGo access guide.
Please click here for the Sheffield College DisabledGo access guide.
Please click here for the Sheffield Hallam University DisabledGo access guide.
Please click here for the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust DisabledGo access guide.
Cllr Jack Scott
Sheffield City Council - Cabinet Member for Community Services and Libraries