We aim to make the information on our website accessible to everyone.

It’s our policy to create pages that meet W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Priority 2 level (Double A), and comply with the Equality Act 2010.

If you find any of our pages inaccessible or that any content is unavailable to you, please contact us and we will make every reasonable effort to either remove the barrier or provide the information in a format you find acceptable.


This website has been tested on a number of operating systems and web browsers:

  • Chrome
  • Internet Explorer 11

However, this site functions best with a modern browser or a similar assistive device. We recommended always updating to the latest version of your browser software to ensure the best experience possible.

You can read more about browsers at the Web Standards Project, which gives information on upgrading to better browsers.

External applications

Many of the document downloads on this website are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. This requires you to have the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software installed. This software comes as standard on most modern computers, but can also be downloaded here.