Public spaces - parks, streets and squares – are vital parts of our towns and cities.
CABE Space works with national, regional and local bodies to deliver well-designed and managed public spaces across England.
Public space at CABE
An online forum for parks managers which helps you find solutions to problems in parks or green spaces – and share success stories.
Local green spaces are not being used because of their poor quality, according to our new report.
An action plan to improve the quality of open spaces within social housing areas.
No one knows exactly how many green spaces there are in our urban areas, where they are, who owns them or what condition they are in. Our new report starts to fill this information gap.
Our campaign to shift spending from grey to green infratructure in local authorities.
Practical guidance for local authorities on how to prepare, deliver, monitor and review an open space strategy.
A successful park or public space can be the making of a place. An unsuccessful one can help to ruin it.
Streets make up about 80 per cent of our urban public spaces - it’s critical that we get their design right.
A new era of design thinking is encouraging more creativity in the design of play environments.
Skills to Grow is a national strategy for improving the green space skills of our workforce.
In July 2009 CABE, in partnership with English Heritage, commissioned Pye-Tait Consulting to carry out research to identify the total size, scope and labour market status of the green space sector in England.
A good practice guide to help local authorities and others to plan and manage successful horticulture apprenticeship programmes.
An intensive, three day learning programme designed specifically for green space managers.
Public spaces can play a major role in combating the effects of climate change.
A practical toolkit to measure the quality of a public space before investing time and money in improving it.
A specialist service for clients working on public space projects.