Outdoor Accessibility Guidance (2023)
This guide is designed to help make our outdoor places and spaces, routes and facilities more accessible, and outdoor experiences more inclusive, so they can be enjoyed by everyone. It is written for anyone managing land for public access and recreation, including land managers, community trusts, community groups and volunteers, access and recreation teams and owners. It will also assist anyone involved in designing outdoor spaces, planning outdoor activities and creating communication materials.
Countryside for All – A Good Practice Guide to Countryside Access for Disabled People (Paths for All)
The Fieldfare Trust's guide to help people with disabilities and countryside access managers recognise what 'Countryside for All' means, and how to work towards achieving it. A series of information tools and suggested processes which can lead to better countryside access for people with disabilities, with due regard to economic and environmental constraints.
Outdoor Access Design Guide (Paths for All)
Comprehensive manual providing advice on the selection and design of structures that accommodate and assist public access in the countryside. Detailed technical drawings and specifications are available for the construction and installation of gaps and barriers, gates, stiles, steps and ramps, fences, boardwalks and seats and picnic tables.