PAS is committed to providing advice, information, training and support on planning and environmental matters for individuals and community groups across Scotland. This service is given regardless of location, socio-economic status, employment, disability, age, gender, religion and ethnicity. Our activity aims to engage with many seldom heard communities.
PAS’s written publications are already available in several languages and we endeavour to ensure that our events and meetings are accessible to all. We also try to ensure that our media are accessible to people who have visual, hearing, motor or cognitive impairments.
We are guided by the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act and our aim is to meet the World Wide Web Consortium’s internationally-recognised Web accessibility guidelines.
Our website can be viewed in a variety of browsers using all principal operating platforms.
If you encounter any accessibility problems when using this site, or have any suggestions about how to improve its accessibility, please get in touch by telephone or email.