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Access barriers for individuals with impairments in the United Kingdom (UK) 2011

Share of common barriers to accessing buildings for adults with impairments in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2011

by Statista Research Department, last edited Oct 1, 2016
Access barriers for individuals with impairments in the United Kingdom (UK) 2011 This statistic displays the share of common barriers to accessing building for adults with impairments in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2011. Approximately 44 percent of individuals with an impairment stated that their biggest barrier to accessing buildings was actually moving around the building due to stairs, doors or narrow corridors. 23 percent of individuals said the biggest barrier they faced was inadequate lifts or escalators.
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Oct 1, 2016
This statistic displays the share of common barriers to accessing building for adults with impairments in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2011. Approximately 44 percent of individuals with an impairment stated that their biggest barrier to accessing buildings was actually moving around the building due to stairs, doors or narrow corridors. 23 percent of individuals said the biggest barrier they faced was inadequate lifts or escalators.
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