Newlon Housing Trust is committed to ensuring that our website is accessible to all of our customers. We want you to be able to control the pages on this site so that you view it in the way you want to, whether this is in a larger font or a different language.
We aim to make our site easily viewed by and accessible to everyone, regardless of technology (browser or computer equipment), or ability. We continually make improvements to the accessibility and usability of this site, based on available standards and guidelines, as well as feedback from our residents and website visitors.
This website meets the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, with conformance to level AAA.
In the coding of the site, we strive to adhere to valid XHTML and CSS, so that the site displays correctly in current browsers, and any future browsers will also display it correctly.
Due to the dynamic nature of this website, with content being updated and added daily, it is not always possible to guarantee that all areas of the website are at the same level of overall accessibility. We use standard templates and style guidelines in order to strive to the highest possible accessibility. In addition, the overall site accessibility is reviewed regularly.
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Languages and other formats
If English is not your first language you can still access details about Newlon’s services via the website by going to the ‘your language’ page in the residents section of our website, or click here.
If you experience any difficulties with our website, or require any publications or information in another language or alternative format such as Braille, then please call 020 7613 8091 or email email@example.com.
We have checked to make sure that the colours we use are still visible for those with sight impairments such as colour blindness. However, if you find that the text is not clear enough then please get in touch, and we will try to assist you in accessing our information.