Specialist Residential Surveyors and Valuers


The ability of people to access this site is very important. It has been designed with a number of key issues in mind. Firstly, key text areas are viewable in larger sized print. Secondly, people using the site with a screen reader can move straight to the text and skip links. Thirdly, people who have difficulty using a mouse or other pointing device can tab through links or use access or tab keys for the main pages on this site. Lastly, this site has been designed to meet international standards to make it accessible to a variety of equipment. Further information on all these points is given below.

At the top left of each page users are given a choice as to the size of the text on the page. Just click on the appropriate "a". As an alternative, did you know that most screen-based browsers will allow users to select their own print size? This means that many web-sites can be viewed using a larger print size, and hence make them clearer, than was originally designed.

At the top left of the screen, when viewed, and therefore at the beginning of the page, is a "Skip nav" link. Selecting this allows the user to go straight to the main body of the text. This is a boon to people using a screen reader who do not want to hear the navigation bar read to them each time they select a new page!

You can select links by using the "Tab" key on your keyboard. Just keep pressing it until you arrive at the link you want. Alternatively you can select the "Home" page by selecting an accesskey. Press "Alt" and "i" together, and possibly "Enter" (dependant upon browser) and you will go to that page.

This site is designed to internationally developed standards supervised by the World Wide Web Consortium. You can access their site at

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