Ross Wilcock is a poet, a storyteller and works for the BBC. He is also visually impaired and the pandemic, for him, has cast a light on the fact that cities are often designed without consultation with or consideration of people like him or with other forms of disabilities.
The pandemic has been a huge challenge for Ross, stripping him of many independencies he had, however, he also sees it as an opportunity for transformational change. He believes that Glasgow can #BuildBackBetterForAll engaging with people from diverse backgrounds, with others who have disabilities and with those often left out of the conversation about how we design our cities.
This is Ross’s call to action to make Glasgow an accessible place for all.