Just a quick "survey" please.
I just read someone say for the 8th or 9th time that the ATOS centre they had to get to for their "assessment" (ritual humiliation, unfit farce, call it what you will) was inaccessible.
Mine was in the centre of Brighton on a one way roundabout system. There was no parking and it was surrounded by double yellow lines between two sets of traffic lights.
There was a door buzzer before you could get in, then a corridor with another buzz-entry door at the end.
Could you add your experiences in the comment thread please? Good and bad? Are ANY of the centres accessible to the very people who have to use them?
Please share this far and wide - the more people that reply, the more interesting I think it could be.
UPDATE : So far, it seems 29 of the ATOS centres are inaccessible to the sick or disabled (unverified).
So yes, it is intentional.