We’ve developed this site using web standards that make it accessible to the widest possible number of users. We’re aiming for compliance with Priority 1 and, where possible, Priority 2 guidelines of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. We’re continually making improvements to meet these guidelines and our website has been designed with the following accessibility features in mind:


Most browsers allow you to view PDF documents within the browser window – if you want to download and review PDF documents from your desktop you may need to download Adobe Acrobat or a similar reader app. To download Acrobat for free, visit the Adobe website and to read PDF documents using a screen reader please visit Adobe's Accessibility pages which provide useful tools and resources. You’ll also find a free online conversion tool for PDFs there too.


This website has been developed and tested to be read in the latest browsers on both Windows and Mac platforms. Please let us know if you experience an issue on an older browser or when viewing the site on a mobile device.

If you have any difficulty accessing the site or have any comments or feedback for us, please do not hesitate to get in touch.