YMCA 175

Overview

At YMCA we know that young people have a passion and commitment to social justice and positive cultural change through promoting global equity and diversity. Taking place at ExCeL London, YMCA175 is a global youth event that will have elements of a conference, summit and celebration, that will be a living embodiment of YMCA, bringing together thousands of young leaders and YMCA senior leaders and networks from around the world. The event aims to connect YMCA’s global movement to build relationships and strengthen cross-cultural understanding, celebrate 175 years of YMCA’s impact on youth and communities around the world, and create solutions to address social challenges.
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Access Card Notes

Access Card Recognised as proof of eligibility for a +1 companion.

Contact details

YMCA 175 ExCeL London, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, Royal Docks, London, E16 1XL
Email: n/a

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
All public entrances allow for access by wheel chair via low gradient ramps and an automatic door. Once inside the venue, all floors are level, offering unobstructed access.

Lift control panels are located at a height which can be easily reached by someone in a wheelchair.

Self service equipment such as cash point machines and telephones are located at levels suitable to wheelchair users.



Short Distances

Short distance
There are 155 bays suitable for disabled drivers on-site across ExCeL's car parks.

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
There are 40 toilets for disabled visitors located throughout the building. You’ll find them near the Business Centre, the break-out rooms, the conference suites on Level 3 and the restaurants and cafes on Level 0 and Level 2.

Accessing Visual Information

Accessing Visual Information
There are Braille and tactile buttons. All lifts have a visual and voice indication of the floor reached and an intercom facility activated by an alarm button.

Strong tactile differences in paving are provided to indicate hazardous areas, e.g. dock edge indicated by cobble stone surface. Non-slip flooring has been used throughout the building.

Door vision panels giving a zone of visibility between 900mm and 500mm above floor level are provided on all public access doors.

Visitors with hearing and sight disabilities can find information about the event which they wish to visit by using:

The prominent visual displays that are situated inside the Central Boulevard.

Provision has been made for non-visual indication of stair locations for those with impaired vision.



Accessing Audible Information

Accessing Audible Information
Visitors with hearing and sight disabilities can find information about the event which they wish to visit by using:

The prominent visual displays that are situated inside the Central Boulevard.

Provision has been made for non-visual indication of stair locations for those with impaired vision.