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N&C Phlexicare

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Disabled access to the listed Burghley House in Stamford, Lincolnshire, has been improved with a new flight of steps and side entrance ramps from N&C Phlexicare. The freestanding aluminium ramp has a specially made angle section that follows the line of the building, and has a matched paint finish, making it sympathetic to the exterior. To eliminate damage to the external stonework, the new steps required no bolts or screws.

FOCUS ENQUIRY NO. 938

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