Inclusive design publications
6 October 2010
A pioneering study shows how better street design can transform life for people with low vision, helping them to become more confident and more mobile.
1 October 2010
Examining the representation of minority ethnic people in the construction and built environment industry in England, and on related education courses.
6 July 2010
Investigating the relationship between urban green space, inequality, ethnicity, health and wellbeing in the largest study of its kind in England.
4 September 2009
Featuring 10 case studies of housing schemes for older people, each of which offers inventive design and management solutions linking home and social care.
27 November 2008
Inclusion by design sets out CABE's position on equality, diversity and the built environment. It offers everyday examples from urban living demonstrating how good design can help create places that work for everyone.
27 November 2008
Setting out CABE's equality scheme and three-year action plan, as part of its statutory equality responsibilities as a public body.
7 March 2008
Briefing presenting a future that is about removing the dominance of the car – creating civilised streets that work for all.
21 May 2007
Briefing exploring how reaction to health and safety concerns is affecting the quality of streets, parks and squares.
18 June 2006
Highlighting what happens when buildings and spaces go wrong.
15 June 2006
Explaining the significant scope for greater involvement of local communities in the design and management of public spaces.
Public space (75)
Value of design (49)
Parks and green spaces (40)
Procurement and construction (37)
Learning and skills (34)
Building for Life (33)
Corporate publications (17)
Inclusive design (14)
School design (14)
Health and wellbeing (12)
Design review (10)