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Caroline Lewis

Public InfrastructureArchitecture & Built Environment

Providing inclusive design advice for the past 25 years within built, external, and transport environments, Caroline is recognized for the provision of high-level consultancy backed by policy and research expertise. Much of Caroline’s work is focused on stakeholder involvement, engagement, and facilitation. She can convey technical information in a user-friendly format.


Caroline is an accomplished facilitator with extensive experience designing and delivering training for a wide range of audiences including 'Pathways Academy' – Centre for Accessible Environment’s award-winning training program created to give disabled people in London the confidence, skills, and support needed to kick start a career in inclusive design and access.


Consultant member of the National Register of Access Consultants since 2002 and a member of the British Standards Institute Consumer and Public Interest Network (BSI CPIN), Caroline sits on the committee which prepares the BS8300 ‘Design of an accessible and inclusive built environment’ as well as Fire Risk Assessment and Competence Frameworks. Further, Caroline is a nominated expert on the mirror European and International Standards Committees considering inclusive design. She is Vice-President of the Access Association – a membership organization promoting accessible and inclusive design throughout the UK. In her spare time, you’ll find Caroline strutting her stuff on the dance floor competing in ‘Senior’ Latin formation competitions!

Caroline Lewis