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NEWS & CAMPAIGNS

Parking For £10

Parking pass card scheme in Watford Car Parks for those with a Disability/low income

Not a lot of people know, but Watford Borough council have an annual parking permit Pass Card for £10 which covers you in the town centre car parks including the INTU carparks. You won’t find this on the council’s website, so have a look here on the DW site and let your friends know about the scheme as not a lot of people seem to know about this £10 deal.

Click here for more information on the T’s & C’s and to get the application form

 

Disability Watford are asking you to ask your local borough and county Councilor why did they allow the subway joining the 2 half’s of Clarendon road where it went under Beecham Grove      to be filled in?

Crossing the road at the lights may be easy for those with no impairments but what about those people with disabilities?

Taxi Company Fined for Refusing to take Guide Dog

Dacorum Borough Council have successfully prosecuted a local taxi company for refusing to take a booking from a passenger with a guide dog.
Please click here for more information.

Need to Find a Reliable Trader?

We are passing on some information we have received from Hertfordshire County Council. Although we do not recommend any of these ourselves, we thought it sounds a good scheme. Please click here for more information.

Transport Survey

Information on 2 past transport surveys can be found on the campaigns page.

Taxi Service Report

Report on the (poor) taxi service for people with a disability in Watford commissioned by Watford Borough Council. Please visit our campaigns page to read the report.

New fine for taxi drivers

A new £1,000 fine for taxi drivers who will not take wheelchair users has been created. Click here to read more.

Picture of welcoming doormatDISABILITY WATFORD is united voice for disabled people, their families and carer’s working together to influence local decision making and striving to remove physical, communicational and attitudinal barriers.

Disability Watford exists to:

  • Form links between disability groups and individuals in the Watford area
  • Identify the needs of people with a disability in the area
  • Make sure local agencies are aware of these needs
  • Develop partnerships with statutory bodies and other voluntary and community groups
  • Co-operate with local agencies in service delivery

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