A disappointing budget for disabled people

Aspire's Policy Manager comments on the impact of today's budget for disabled peopleRead more

Transport hell for disabled people

Will there ever be a light at the end of the tunnel?Read more

Planning law breakthrough

Aspire is backing this long overdue change to planning laws secured by Heidi Allen MP.Read more

Aspire welcomes changes to Work Capability Assessment

Our views on the recent announcement by the Government about changes to assessments for disabled peopleRead more

Aspire supports RSA's Inclusive Living design challenge

Aspire is pleased to support this award that challenges the current way homes are designedRead more

Aspire remembers Professor Paul Kennedy

Aspire is saddened to learn that founder & chair of MASCIP, Professor Paul Kennedy, has passed awayRead more

An Intolerable Situation

Watch our new film to see the impact of living in inaccessible housing.Read more

The EU, Disability and Turkey

Read our Policy Manager's take on the EU Referendum and disabilityRead more

David Round's journey cycling London to Paris

One of our cyclists blogs about his experiences during our London to Paris challengeRead more

Aspire's reaction to the film Me Before You

Our disappointment about how disabled people are portrayed in the filmRead more

Please support the latest Housing and Planning Bill amendment

Aspire asks you to email your MP to encourage them to support the Housing and Planning Bill amendmentRead more

London Mayoral candidates and disability

Read our summary of the London Mayoral candidates plans for accessible housing, transport, tackling disability hate crime and disabled people’s involvement in shaping policies.Read more

Key change made to the Housing and Planning Bill

What the removal of the "starter home" target for local authorities means for the provision of housing for disabled peopleRead more

What’s the fuss about fundraising?

Paul Parrish, Aspire's Director of Fundraising & Marketing, gives his personal views on fundraising and the charity sector.Read more

A Budget For Economic Security?

What the budget means for disabled peopleRead more

A question of priorities

8,000 new homes announced for older, vulnerable and disabled people won't be enough for the 24,000 disabled people waiting for wheelchair accessible properties.Read more

Why are spinal cord injured people left to live like prisoners in their own homes?

Aspire's research reveals spinal injured people forced to live in unsuitable housing.Read more

Aspire's response to the spending review

Aspire's views on the Chancellor's Autumn StatementRead more

Access to Work and the space-time continuum

Our new Policy Manager's Access to Work application took so long he couldn't take up his position until two months after his official start dateRead more