Accessibility for All

This page details the activities of the Accessibility for All (A4A) Forum. Accessibility is universal and impacts on us all whether we are young, old, rural, urban, able-bodied or have a disability.

About the Forum

Accessibility for All is a forum that examines the accessibility for everyone in the Tasman region, aiming to ensure that both public and private facilities and activities are inclusive.

The forum also works on developing practical solutions to accessibility barriers in consultation with Council projects.


Regular meetings are open to anyone with an interest in accessibility. Meetings are held at the Tasman District Council offices in Richmond from 10.00 am to 12 noon. The meeting dates for 2018 are:

  • 16 February
  • 25 May
  • 24 August
  • 23 November


You can read the minutes of the previous meetings.

2018 A4A Minutes 2017 A4A Minutes 2016 A4A Minutes 2015 A4A Minutes 2014 A4A Minutes 2013 A4A Minutes 2012 A4A Minutes

This page details the activities of the Accessibility for All (A4A) Forum.

Good Access = Good Business

During 2012, the A4A members were working on an accessibility checklist for businesses. The resulting brochure was launched at the December meeting of the forum. The brochure was produced with support from Nelson City Council and Tasman District Council.

Accessible Beach Chairs

A4A with help from CCS Disability Action, successfully sought funding in 2011 to purchase accessible beach chairs. These can be loaned out from CCS Disability Action in Nelson.

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