18 December 2009
CABE has been working with the Homes and Communities Agency on a £1 billion government initiative called Kickstart to unlock housing schemes stalled by the recession.
16 December 2009
CABE has awarded £900,000 to support and strengthen 21 architecture and built environment centres in the next financial year.
15 December 2009
As the housing market begins to stabilise after a traumatic period of decline, a new report called Who should build our homes? challenges any presumption that housebuilding should just continue from where it left off.
11 December 2009
Spaceshaper, which captures local views about parks and public spaces, has had an imaginative and colourful makeover for young people.
3 December 2009
Two winners of the Building for Life awards have earned the highest scores given to new housing developments since the initiative began in 2002.
2 December 2009
A record 36 housing schemes achieved a Building for Life Standard in 2009.
20 November 2009
New guidance to help planners place good design at the heart of their core strategies has been published by CABE.
17 November 2009
Sir John Sorrell has called for a new generation of architects with the attitude and talent to make Britain more delightful.
16 November 2009
Britain’s oldest surviving rollercoaster, a fine Victorian railway station and fishermen’s cellars from the 1800s are just some of the projects set to benefit from the latest round of Sea Change funding.
11 November 2009
Green infrastructure does not receive anything like the investment or management that goes into grey infrastructure.