Who put that there!

There's rarely anything that can cause more problems if you're blind or partially sighted than a pavement full of obstructions, inaccessible crossings and shared space schemes.



Take action

E-mail your local councillor and share our report to ensure they understand the challenges faced.
If you have a story to tell, you could e-mail your local newspaper or share your story with us at campaigns@rnib.org.uk
 
If you share this campaign on social media, don't forget to tag them #WhoPutThatThere and @RNIB_campaigns so we can retweet your comments.

Resources 

We've developed a whole host of resources to help you tackle inaccessible streets in your area.

Who put that there! report
Who put that there report: The barriers to blind and partially sighted people getting out and about (Word, 186KB)
Who put that there report: The barriers to blind and partially sighted people getting out and about (PDF, 2,272KB)
 
Street charter toolkit
Street Charter toolkit (PDF 4,839KB)
Street Charter toolkit (Word, 156KB)
Street Charter toolkit - in Welsh (Word, 49KB)
 
If you need any support with local Street Charter meetings or want to organise a blindfold walk, just contact your Regional Campaigns Officer
 
We have audio CD and braille versions of the 'Who Put That There?' report and the Street Charter, so just get in touch if you would like either of these formats.

 

On my street campaigning news

Street obstructions like Advertising boards, cafe furniture, wheelie bins, cars parked on pavements and many more are a huge challenge to the ability of blind and partially sighted people in getting out and about. Find out what we're doing on this.

Check out the latest On my street news