Do you shop online at Tesco, Sainsbury’s or Amazon? If so, there is now a very simple way that you can help to raise money to support the Accessible Property Register – and it won’t cost you a penny! We now have affiliate links with these stores and, providing you start your shopping from one of the links on the APR homepage, then APR receives a small commission each time you make a purchase. Income generated will help to publicise the APR website and support our free services – so everyone benefits! To get started: 1. Go to the Accessible Property Register homepage at 2. Click on the link to the store name near the top of the page (this will take you to the store website) 3. Start shopping! You can register if you are a new customer. Otherwise, login as usual and your shopping experience will be unchanged. All you need to remember is to start your shopping each time from And its not just groceries and books – these stores provide excellent value for wine, clothing, sports goods, books, technology, and entertainment (including games and DVDs) If you have friends or family who appreciate the convenience of online shopping, please pass this message on to them. Every little helps! Many thanks for your help.

This week, we are delighted to welcome two new APR Approved Partner estate agents, serving different areas of the West Midlands. Brian Holt has offices (pictured) in Coventry, Kenilworth, and Leamington. EPO Solicitors serve the Sutton Coldfield area. All APR Approved Partner estate agents are committed to identifying and promoting wheelchair accessible and adapted property. […]

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Accessible architecture and building design

The Accessible Property Register is delighted to announce a new link between ourselves and award-winning architects and accessible design specialists, Knox Bhavan, designers of Holly Barn, winner of the prestigious Manser Medal for best house of 2006 (illustrated). Knox Bhavan are pleased to offer their experience of creating stunning yet practical designs to APR site […]

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