Accessibility Advisory Group
The Accessibility Advisory Group, previously known as the Disability Reference Group (DRG), gives the Council feedback and advice from the view of people living with impairments.
- Provide feedback and advice to all Council business units when required.
- Be an information channel to and from the Council.
- Advise the Council on accessibility issues of national and international interest.
- Help the Council's engagement and consultation on accessibility issues with people who have impairments and with the wider community.
- Represent the broad spectrum of issues for people with impairments in relation to the Council's activities.
Terms of Reference (114KB PDF) | Text version (123KB RTF)
Accessible Wellington Action Plan
The Council's accessibility plan outlines a set of actions designed to improve Wellington's reputation as an inclusive and socially responsible city - one that is accessible, safe and easy to get around: Accessible Wellington Action Plan.
Members of this group have a broad knowledge of accessibility and can advise on the needs of people with impairments. Issues that arise from the meetings are reported back to the wider disability community by group members.
Accessibility Advisory Group members
- Michael Bealing (Co-Chair)
- Nick Ruane (Co-Chair)
- Erikka Helliwell
- Tristram Ingram
- Rosie Macleod
- Stuart Mills
- Solmaz Nazari Orakani
- Rachel Noble
- Alan Royal
Wellington City Council representatives
These annual reports give information on the Accessibility Advisory Group's work and achievements and how they've addressed issues.
Recent submissions and feedback
Below are recent submissions and feedback provided by the Accessibility Advisory Group:
Frequency of meetings
The Accessibility Advisory Group meets monthly.
Dominic Tay, Senior Democracy Advisor