Accessibility statement

Our commitment to accessibility

We want to make sure our website is accessible to everyone – that's why we're working towards complying with Priority 2 of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. We're continually improving our website to meet these guidelines, and we've designed the site with the following parameters in mind:

Page design

We design responsive sites which can be viewed correctly in most devices and latest browser’s versions

Page structure

We use header elements to structure the pages and make the information clear


We use stylesheets to keep font sizes consistent, with the exception of graphical text


You can increase and decrease the size of text, to make it easier for you to read, by using the 'View' option in your browser


We use 'Alt' tags on our images that describe what the image is if you can't see it


We avoid using colour exclusively to display information

Site map

We provide a site map so that you can easily see the structure of the website and how it fits together

Browser compatibility

This website is built to work best in the latest desktop and mobile browsers, meaning older browsers might display differently styled, though fully functional, renderings of certain components.