Enabled Maps News

GLA provides maps for 24 million tourists

The Greater London Authority commissioned Enabled City to provide 24 maps along the Southbank.


The Southbank area has 24 million visitors per year, but most do not explore beyond Blackfriars Bridge due to access and uncertainty of way finding.

PhotoRoute will be used to increase access and footfall from Westminster to Tower Bridge, local business will be able to take advantage by easily embedding the maps into their websites.

PhotoRoute grew from a travel training concept for people with learning disabilities and went on to win a Visit London Gold Award, proving good access for people with disabilities is good for everyone including tourists, people with and without disability, parents with young children.

See articles for an update on PhotoRoute.

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SeeAbility testimonial

“SeeAbility commissioned Enabled City to work with us to produce two short films concerning eye health and eye care for people with learning disabilities.

We found Enabled City to be extremely professional and committed to providing a quality product. Core to Enabled City’s ability you provide quality work is the skill to work with sensitivity and respect with people with a range of disabilities and vulnerabilities. This is a rare quality indeed amongst many less specialist agencies and ensured that the ‘finished product’ portrayed SeeAbility’s message in a positive and powerful manner.

Enabled City was able to source actors and models with Learning disabilities at very short notice and by doing were able to help SeeAbility to present its message in a person centred and dignified manner. They were also able to source other professionals, such as additional film makers and technicians, whom they worked well with in a really coordinated and industrious manner.

The work they produced for SeeAbility was to a very high standard and was delivered to a tight schedule in a timely manner. SeeAbility warmly recommends Enabled City to other agencies.”

Martin Thomas Manager – Look Up Information Services.


New Chairman

Our new Chairman

Alistair Fulton has been working in the IT Industry for around 40 years and is best known as the former Chief Executive, then Chairman and non-exec director of Triad Group Plc which successfully floated on the London Stock market in 1996, collecting a Holway “Boring” Award en route.He has been a non executive chairman or director for a number of technology companies including Totem Systems Ltd, Site Confidence Ltd, ITWorld and the BuyIT best Practice Network.

He was President of the Computing Services and Software Association (CSSA) in 2001 and a main board and operations board member of Intellect for several years.

He has undertaken a number of trade promotion roles in South East Asia including being the UK IT representative on the Philippines, Singapore and Taiwan British Business Councils.

He is now heavily involved with The Information Technologists Livery Company, serving on the Court, Chairman of the Industry Committee, and member of the Entrepreneurs Panel providing mentoring services to growing technology companies.

“I am delighted to be able to be part of the growth of a very dynamic and specialist IT company which provides great products for those with learning and other difficulties as well as providing employment opportunities for those who need specialised employment help. PhotoRoute and Word-Bank are world-class products designed for users with learning difficulties but which are of immense value to the whole population”
Alistair M. Fulton

Awards Filming

AMI Awards

Thanks to the team at Leonard Cheshire Disability for a great night at the Ability Media International (AMI) Awards, developed by leading figures in the media industries to promote the vision, mission and values of Leonard Cheshire Disability.

An outstanding evening and creative projects to encourage a more inclusive world.

Winners are chosen for their creative excellence and social relevance. Successful work has clearly demonstrated how people facing major physical, mental, emotional or social challenges, or who come from under-represented groups in society, have positively been represented by, or assisted with their work.

Go to AMI awards home page.