1 November 2007
Mairi Johnson believes transforming the way teachers teach and children learn makes new demands on school buildings and grounds.
16 September 2007
Margaret Allen, director of Central Field, discusses the findings that placed the East Midlands at the bottom of CABE’s housing audit.
13 September 2007
Adrian Passmore, chief executive of RegenWM, argues that the housing audit shows a growing enthusiasm for good design in the West Midlands.
12 September 2007
Wayne Hemingway, chair of Building for Life, demands that we approach sustainability in a much broader way than at present.
12 August 2007
Paul Finch OBE, one of CABE's founding commissioners, looks back at eight years of working and how CABE has changed.
28 May 2007
Sir John Sorrell, chair of CABE, points out that public infrastructure has a greater impact on climate change than homes.
6 March 2007
Joan Walley MP talks about how the Housing Market Renewal programme has started transforming Burslem from a ghost town.
2 March 2007
Oona Goldsworthy, chief executive of Bristol Community Housing Foundation, discusses their major housing scheme, Upper Horfield estate.
27 February 2007
Andrea Taylor, director of development and new business at Radian, talks about managing the Chapel estate in Southampton.
8 February 2007
Dr Richard Simmons, CABE chief executive, reflects on the impacts of CABE's housing audit programme.