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The City of Adelaide Access and Inclusion Strategy 2013-2016 was developed in consultation with key stakeholders and endorsed by Council in November 2012. The Strategy set out Council’s commitment to making the city a welcoming and inclusive place for everyone to enjoy, with a particular focus on outcomes for people with disability.
The 2013 -2016 Strategy, which has guided a process of renewed focus and action regarding disability planning in the city, resulted in the establishment of the Access and Inclusion Advisory Panel and a case-study approach to access and inclusion projects. Check out our website for past projects here.
In 2018, we are working alongside the Access and Inclusion Advisory Panel and key stakeholders to build a new disability access and inclusion planning framework to run from 2019 to 2022.
The new (Disability) Access and Inclusion Plan 2019-2022 will build on the achievements of the Access and Inclusion Strategy 2013-2016, which included the establishment of the Access and Inclusion Advisory Panel and a case study approach to access and inclusion projects. Check out our website for past projects here).
Stage One of the consultation ran from 28 May to 25 June 2018. This stage sought feedback on:
As well as online feedback, a Stakeholder Workshop was held on 13 June. A summary of the feedback received is available in the 'related documents' tab (located to the right).
Stage Two of the consultation will open 29 August to 10 October 2018. This stage seeks feedback on:
Consultation has concluded