We’re excited to once again be opening our office doors. We’ve started to welcome back colleagues, trustees, and volunteers, and can now invite individuals and businesses to hire our accessible meeting rooms.
Why book a meeting room with us?
Covid measures are in place to ensure everyone’s safety, free parking including 5 accessible spaces, and our offices and rooms are wheelchair friendly offering ground floor level access throughout. Our flexible layout means we can adapt our office space to meet most people’s needs. There are two smaller rooms perfect for 1:1 meetings, interviews or counselling sessions. Our larger room can be used for training and workshop sessions, conference calls, and presentations (AV equipment installed and free WiFi).
What we offer
- Flexible space for small groups and 1:1 meetings, interviews and counselling.
- Hot desks availble for those working remotely looking to be in an office environment or small team working.
- Larger room for training, meetings and conference calls.
- Equipped with AV equipment for presentations and video calls.
- A treatment / physiotherapy room (available weekends only).
- Covid safe meeting rooms.
- Free ample parking including 5 accessible spaces.
- Easy access from A30, A38 and M5. Regular bus services to nearby stops
Prices for our small meeting rooms start from £40 for a half day, for our larger meeting room £85 for half day hire. When you book a meeting room with us you directly support our charity and delivery of support services for disabled people and members of Devon Deaf community who use BSL.
For more information and to book a meeting room visit our dedicated website www.ouraccessibilitymatters.orgContact Us
Did you know we offer training, consultancy and access audits?
As the local Disability Confident Leader, we support businesses and individuals to be more inclusive. Our team has lived experience of disability and design and delivers our training, consultancy and access audits.
Download our FREE guide on how we can help you fulfill your legal obligations under the Equality Act 2010, and give the best service in a competitive market www.ouraccessibilitymatters.org