House of Commons Launch


On Wednesday the 10th July we were very graciously invited by Local MP Chris Williamson and Anne Mguire, Shadow Minister for Disabled People, to launch CredAbility at The House of Commons.

The event was a great success with some fantastic and enthused speeches from accredited providers and other stakeholders including Sue Bott from Disability Rights UK.

On the day the timing was perfect to present the Verified Accessible Award to Derby City Council for the accessibility of their newly refurbished council house:


Councillor Paul Bayliss, leader of Derby City Council, said:_65048222_65043938

“I’m delighted that Derby’s Council House has won this prestigious award.

“This award is the result of many years’ consultation with disabled people in Derby, in particular our Disabled People’s Diversity Forum, who have been very influential in the design of the Council House.”




Anne McGuire, Shadow Minister for Disabled People said;image of ann mcguire mp

“With some 11 million people in the UK with limiting long term illnesses, impairments or disabilities I think this is an excellent scheme which will enable independent choice and control for disabled people and for organisations to demonstrate their commitment to disabled people.”



Should you have any questions or would like to meet to find out more about how Nimbus and CredAbility can work for your organisations please don’t think twice about getting in touch.

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