Yes - Broadland District Council offers all publications in the following formats
- Large print format for the partially sighted
- Audio format for the blind
- Braille for the blind
Yes - The Council is a member of INTRAN, the Norfolk wide interpretation and translation service which includes face-to-face interpreting, and translation of documents to different languages.
Yes - the Council has a portable hearing loop available for use throughout the Council building and within the Council chamber and meeting rooms.
We are also a member of INTRAN which offer translators with British Sign Language. Staff can organise British Sign language interpreters as required.
Yes. We are currently putting the finishing touches to ReadSpeaker; a programme which means you can listen to the content of the website being read out to you.
Yes the building is very accessible. There is disabled visitor parking with a slope leading up to the entrance doors. There is also a low desk at reception allowing easy communication between reception staff and yourself. A lift is available up to the Council chamber and meeting rooms.
The Council also run a mobile information centre which operates five days a week stopping at eleven points for a morning or an afternoon session.
Yes - if you are unable to move your wheelie bin to the front of your home for collection due to physical disability, we can arrange for your bin to be collected and put back from where it is kept.
If you would like your bin collected from the back of your house contact the Environmental Contracts Team on to find out if you are eligible.
Tel: 01603 430534
Fax: 01603 430616
The Council fund an older persons and disabled bus pass. For more information and to see if you are eligible, please visit the concessionary bus passes page.
Means tested mandatory disabled facilities grants are available, for more information visit the disability facilities grants page.
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|Broadland District Council
1 Yarmouth Road
Thorpe St Andrew
Norwich NR7 0DU
|tel: 01603 431133|