Inclusion by design

equality, diversity and the built environment

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.

Cover of Inclusion by design: equality, diversity and the built environment

Until recently, discussion about equality and the built environment focussed on physical access – or the lack of it. As physical access has improved, the discussion has widened to address cultural and economic access, recognising that design plays a vital role in including, and often excluding, communities.

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.

Inclusion by design will interest design professionals and people working in government, as well as everyone working with CABE.

Published on 27 November 2008