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The principles of inclusive design

They include you

Advice on designing buildings, spaces and places that everyone can use.

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The principles of inclusive design

The principles of inclusive design marks CABE’s determination to champion design that creates places that everyone can use. As the demographic shift towards an ageing population intensifies, we’ll continue to argue that inclusive design is not a choice but a basic essential.

The way buildings and spaces are designed should reflect the principles outlined in this guide. They’ll also help users to get from A to B more easily.

Published on 19 September 2006

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