Shift + 1 - Home page - Links to the home page
Shift + 8 - Privacy statement - Links to the Privacy statement
Shift + 0 - Access key details - Accessibility page with access key details (This page)
Alt + H - Housing Options - Link to information about your other options for rehousing
Alt + L - Login - Link to the login page where you securely login into the site
Alt + P - See all properties - Link to the page where you can look at all properties not just those currently open for bidding
Alt + W - This Weeks advert and results - Link to the advert lists page which shows the current and previous weeks advert in pdf format which you can download to view
The downloadable documents on this site are in Portable Document Format (often referred to as PDF).
How can I open and view a PDF document?
In order to view a PDF document, you need free software called Adobe Acrobat Reader, created by the company called Adobe. There is a link to their website on the bottom of each page of this website. However PDFs are not easily accessible to all users so Adobe has developed a method of converting PDF documents into HTML (normal web pages), a more accessible format for assistive technologies.
How do I convert a PDF document into HTML?
The URL (the web address) of a PDF document will appear in the web browser address bar when it is selected. Copy the url (normally looks like this: www.nameofsomething...) and then visit Adobe's website on the link below.
Once you have clicked on the link above, you will see an online form created by Adobe. Simply paste the URL into the box you will see and the contents of the PDF will be automatically converted to HTML - an ordinary web page; and in that form it should then be accessible.
Oher Accessibility Options
Visit My Computer, My Way! - a guide to making your PC accessible
Action for blind people - great resources on access technology