Here at Perito HQ we have a simple mantra – helping to create a world that is open to everybody. By thoughtful inclusive design and through accessibility to space, buildings and opportunities and better lives for all. We are passionate about breaking down myths and misconceptions, translating what can appear to be complex legislation and regulations into practical everyday adjustments to make a better and more accessible world for all. Its not just about the impairments you can see but the many you can’t. These impact so many people from all backgrounds and at all stages of life. With small or large changes, a spoonful of planning and a splash of inclusive design, any building or organisation can become a more access friendly space to work, study or visit.
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"As a business owner I am interested in making sure my facilities are as accessible to my clients as possible. I wasn't sure where to start but Perito have been great in making the complex law straightforward and they provided me with a nice report. I was pleased that a lot of the suggestions were really practical and easy to sort out by my regular maintenance team and cost almost nothing to implement. The Perito inspection team were very discreet and courteous. Thanks Perito!" - Ikandu Ltd
"Great job! Above all, we felt that Perito understood that we are a fast paced customer focused business. We really felt that they understood the commercial aspect of our business and the clear layout of the report was great because it has given us a way forward. A thumbs up from all of us here, thanks again." - Fishalicious
"Perito Ltd performed an Access Audit for our South Essex Construction Training Academy branch in Basildon. We were really pleased with the report, it focused on what we could achieve by breaking down the actions so we really understood what the tasks were. We also used the report in our new funding model for The Advice Store. It was very useful to have all the information laid out so clearly." - SECTA - Southend on Sea Council