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Disability Access and Inclusion

The City of Vincent is committed to ensuring that services, events, information provision, buildings and facilities within its control are accessible for people of all abilities in the community. This includes meeting the specific requirements of people with disability, seniors, children, parents and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. The City recognises that all residents and visitors contribute to the social, economic and cultural life of the community.


The City is currently producing a new Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) 2017-2022.

The draft DAIP public submission phase has now closed and all comments and ideas received are being considered as the plan is finalised.

The new DAIP 2017-2022 will be publically available by mid-2017, following endorsement by Council and lodgement with the Disability Services Commission and Australian Human Rights Commission.


The City welcomes ongoing feedback from community members relating to any access and inclusion experiences within Vincent.


The City’s Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2012-2017  (most commonly known as the DAIP) was endorsed by Council in July 2012 and has been approved by the Disability Services Commission (DSC). An update of the Plan was endorsed by Council in June 2014 to include an additional outcome area (Outcome 7). The City submits a Local Government Authority Progress Report to DSC annually to monitor achievements on the DAIP outcomes.

Click here to view the Summary City of Vincent Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2012-2017. The Summary DAIP is available in alternate formats upon request, including the full length document . Hard copies are also available at the City of Vincent Administration and Civic Centre and the City of Vincent Library and Local History Centre.

The seven DAIP outcome areas provide a framework for translating the principles and objectives of the Disability Services Act into tangible and achievable results:

Outcome 1

Services and events organised by the City of Vincent are accessible for all members of the community

Outcome 2

All buildings and facilities within the control of the City of Vincent are subject to achieving universal access as defined by relevant Australian Standards

Outcome 3

All information provided by the City of Vincent shall be available in alternative formats upon request

Outcome 4

The City of Vincent provides consistent and equitable service to all people

Outcome 5

The City of Vincent provides accessible means for a person to make a compliant and these complaints are fully investigated and communicated in an accessible format

Outcome 6

The City of Vincent provides effective support for all people to be able to contribute to public contributions

Outcome 7

The City of Vincent provides people with disability the same opportunities as other people to obtain and maintain employment

Related Information

Administration and Civic Centre

244 Vincent Street (cnr Loftus Street)

Leederville, Western Australia, 6007

PO Box 82, Leederville, 6902

Telephone: (08) 9273 6000

Fax: (08) 9273 6099


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