We want everyone who visits the London Plus website to feel welcome, going above and beyond the Public Sector Bodies Accessibility Regulations 2018.

W3C – Validation Service

The London Plus website is built using code compliant with World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards for XHTML and Cascading Style Sheets. W3C is the governing authority on web development standards and practices. The site displays correctly with current browsers, and using standard XHTML code means that any future browsers will also display this website correctly.

How do people with disabilities use the Internet?

People with disabilities, such as a visual impairment, may use assistive technologies to use the Internet. Assistive technologies are products used by people with disabilities to help accomplish tasks that they cannot do easily otherwise.

Assistive technology comes in many different forms, some of these include:

Speech synthesis (speech output)
Alternative keyboards or switches
Braille and refreshable Braille
Screen magnifiers
Sound notification
Screen readers
Speech recognition
Text browsers
Voice browsers

The accessibility guidelines we follow include:

Allowing users to control text sizes
Using an easy to read font type
Ensuring suitable foreground and background colour contrast
Using clear and simple grammar
Providing meaningful text equivalents for pictures
Providing simple, consistent site navigation
Using appropriate structural mark-up to maximise browser support
Ensuring all content and functionality is available to users without content style sheet (CSS), image and script support

Further help

If you have a vision impairment then we recommend that you visit the RNIB website for specialist advice such as alternative screen readers, screen magnifiers and other devices that are available and can make using a computer easier and more enjoyable.

We also thoroughly recommend that you visit the website of AbilityNet, the UK’s leading consultancy in the field of computing and disability.


If you enjoyed using the London Plus website, or if you had trouble with any part of it, please get in touch. We’d like to hear from you.


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