Derby mum with one leg feels 'trapped' in home where scaffolding blocks access ramp

Derby mum with one leg feels 'trapped' in home where scaffolding blocks access ramp
 

A mum who lost her leg due to illness was moved into a bungalow by Derby Homes – only to find one of two ramps for her wheelchair blocked by scaffolding.
Wheelchair user Zoe Pryde and her four children were moved into the Alvaston bungalow after surgeons amputated her leg last year.
But since moving into the Derby Homes-managed property, in Hatfield Road, in July, Ms Pryde has been unable to get to her bins and electric meter due to the scaffolding, which the housing service said was put up to help with roof repairs.
The family have also been unable to use the rear garden because of a... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 37
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