Making contracts work for wildlife advises green space professionals on how to make the most of the potential for biodiversity in our urban parks.
Advice on how to work with supermarkets to ensure that schemes are both commercially viable and enhance the place in which they are built.
Discover how to shift funding and skills to green our cities.
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.
The network of design review panels operating across England provides local authorities and others with independent expert design advice.
How social landlords can provide more opportunities for people to enjoy the space on their doorsteps.
An investigation into the relationship between urban green space, inequality, ethnicity, health and wellbeing in the largest study of its kind in England.
A report setting out CABE's emerging position on housing standards.
Is it too much to believe that all new homes can be good enough everywhere? Why has this proved so difficult in the past and what can we do to change it?
A starting point for debate about creating the culture and conditions to help ordinary places to become valued and valuable.
No one knows exactly how many green spaces there are in our urban areas, where they are, who owns them or what condition they are in. This report starts to fill the information gap.
A guide to the issues involved in transferring ownership and management of public space from local authorities to community groups.
A toolkit to help teachers make the most of the learning opportunities created by building a new school or refurbishing an existing one.
CABE has commissioned six experts with strong views to tell us what they would change to deliver more and better housing.
A look at how good design makes healthy places combining sustainable, health-promoting design with the latest thinking about individual health and well-being.
A single, shared, information resource would help piece together the different elements of the nation’s green infrastructure.
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