(1) The proposals to demolish the old building and replace it with a futuristic station with ticket office, waiting area, disabled access and CCTV were unveiled in 2003.(2) A building in Cambridge Business Park is being refitted to exceed requirements on disabled access, energy-saving and using materials from sustainable sources.(3) The superloo included gents, ladies and disabled facilities - with access by radar key - a baby-changing room, new paving and seating and a host of other things.(4) South Lismore Soccer Club will be hosting a soccer marathon on Saturday with the goal of raising money to install a disabled access to the upper story spectator area of their clubhouse.(5) The president is considering new ways of generating feedback on courses and disabled access.(6) The researchers are adamant though, the development is aimed not at couch potatoes but so that bedridden or disabled people to get some of the benefits of exercise.(7) Science can be one area of schoolwork that gives disabled students a sense of achievement and self-esteem.(8) The building has also been specially designed for disabled access.(9) However, when the car park was repainted they were replaced with more disabled bays.(10) They showed no real differences between the physically disabled and able-bodied athletes.(11) At the same time we have created more disabled bays and more parking bays generally.(12) When the Steam Museum was being built I, with others, spent many hours working at Empire House on the design of disabled and walking wounded lavatories.(13) A couple Mondays ago, a minibus pulled up and deposited five mentally disabled adults at our door.(14) Of the rest, about half were clearly recognizable as developmentally disabled adults.(15) The club recently completed three years of renovations, spending more than $300,000 to install disabled access and upgrade facilities.(16) The lack of investment in studios, particularly in Sligo town where something as basic as disabled access has been long fingered, tells its own story.