Antenna's frequently asked questions about accessibility.

Is Antenna accessible?

Yes, we are accessible throughout our venue for wheelchair users and those using mobility devices. Our main reception is at street level and we have a lift to all floors from this area.

Do you have accessible toilets?

Yes, we have separate accessible toilets in our main co-working space and restaurant on the ground floor and on floors one and three.

We also have a separate accessible shower room for tenants.

Do you have lift access?

Antenna is spread across five floors – all accessible by lift. Street access leads you straight into reception on the lower ground floor, where you will find the lift to all other floors:

  • Upper ground floor: Co-working space and restaurant and accessible toilets
  • First floor: Meeting rooms and accessible toilets
  • Second floor: Tenant offices
  • Third floor: Virtual Tenant lounge, phone booths and accessible toilets

Can the meeting rooms be adapted for hard of hearing or vision impaired?

All of our meeting rooms are equipped with large screens, our S11 meeting room has two additional side screens providing extra vantage points. Lapel mics can be provided on request for all meeting rooms.

Are assistance dogs welcome in your venue?

Yes, please let us know in advance and we can make arrangements to ensure both you and your dog are comfortable during your visit.

Where is your nearest disabled parking?

Due to our city centre location, there are a number of parking options depending on your specific requirements, including on-street parking and those offered by Nottingham City Council (NCC). The closest NCC car park is Sneinton Market Square Car Park or Victoria Centre Car Park.

To view Antenna’s exact location on a map, visit our contact us page.

Got a question?

Our team are on hand to assist with any specific accessibility requirements. Please contact them ahead of your visit if you would like to find out more.

Person on a mobile phone in Antenna co-working space

Website accessibility

Standards compliance

We support the use of web accessibility standards. Our approach is to meet as high as level as we can achieve. Where we are working towards requirements we will prioritise those that appear to have the most impact.

Our aim is to meet all priority 1 requirements of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0).

Meeting this standard is commonly known as Level A compliance. We also aim to meet as many priority 2 requirements of the WCAG 2.0 as possible. Meeting this standard is commonly known as Level AA compliance.

In commissioning new websites and maintaining the accessibility of existing sites, we aim to follow best practice guidelines using British standard BS 8878.