An accessible and inclusive city
We want to create a more accessible, inclusive city for people with disabilities who live in or visit Belfast. We provide some services at our venues and facilities to meet the physical and communications needs of people with disabilities, including Deaf people. During coronavirus (COVID-19), some of our venues and facilities are closed to the public.
Disability Action Plan
In 2019 we launched our Disability Action Plan to encourage people with disabilities to engage and take part in civic life. There’s more information about what we’re doing on the Disability strategy and action plans page.
Accessible council services
To make the city and our services more accessible, we offer:
To check if our venues and facilities are open during coronavirus (COVID-19), go to:
Our accessibility statement explains what we're doing to improve this website's accessibility. Our website partially complies with WCAG 2.1 AA standards.
Information on venues and places in Belfast
We work with AccessAble to help people find accessibility information on venues in Belfast. You can search for a venue to check if it can meet your physical and communication needs. To search for information on venues in Belfast, go to AccessAble (link opens in new window).
Disability and support organisations
We work with disability organisations including charities that provide support, advice and information to people with disabilities.