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DISABILITY ACCESS ADVICE

The government has announced plans to set up a disability group to advise it on access to buildings.The move follows a recommendation by the Disability Rights Task Force that such a group should be established. Construction minister Nick Raynsford said he has asked an advisory committee on disabled persons transport use to set up the group. It will be chaired by Peter Barker of the Royal National Institute for the Blind.

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