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    Canada Bay Council presents sustainability award to Australian Disabled Access Consultants

    Australian Disabled Access Consultants

    Australian Disabled Access Consultants  is a local business based Canada Bay. The company was recently nominated as a finalist in the City of Canada Bay 2010 Sustainability Awards, recognising their social achievements for disabled access within the City of Canada Bay community.

    The City of Canada Bay City Council selected Australian Disabled Access Consultants from over 70 Sustainability Awards nominees. They were presented with the 2010 Sustainability Award at the business dinner on the 6th September 2010 that was held at the Rhodes Phoenix Restaurant in the Rhodes Shopping Centre.

    Wayne Boyle of Australian Disabled Access Consultants was presented with the 2010 Sustainability Award for 25 years service in the field of disabled access consultancy services to the local community, recognising their support of the Canada Bay Council’s social planning strategies to protect the rights of disabled people and people with special needs.

    The 2010 Sustainability Awards will promote further investment in the sustainability of the City of Canada Bay as special feature in the Bayside Brief local newspaper and in local media to feature the achievements of the local community including the achievements by Australian Disabled Access Consultants.

    Disabled people and people with special needs have the same rights and privileges afforded to the able-bodied people within the City of Canada Bay community and need our continued support.

    Wayne Boyle, Managing Director of Australian Disabled Access Consultants commented, “We are proud to accept the award to recognise local business achievements. Australians have a history of protecting and defending the rights of disabled and disadvantaged people and we fully support and we will continue to assist Canada Bay Council’s town planning and community services strategies to protect the rights of disabled people and people with special needs.”

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