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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Inclusive Design Standards

Authoritative and helpful publication. Inclusive Design Standards have been set out in four key parts, broadly meeting the challenges of the Park and its development, but in so doing covering a broad spectrum of issues: public realm, residential developments, public buildings (including venues) and venues – spectator and participant
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Published by London Legacy Development Corporation, This link will take you to a website which is not managed by the Design Council.
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Shared Space - Safe Space Meeting the requirements of blind and partially sighted people in a shared space

Report prepared by Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, to develop and test potential design approaches that will meet the requirements of blind and partially sighted and other disabled people in shared spaces (a safe space as a counterpart to the shared space)

Published by Ramboll Nyvig (GDBA), This link will take you to a website which is not managed by the Design Council.
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SURFACE Inclusive Design Research Centre, University of Salford

The website of SURFACE a multi-disciplinary centre forging a joined-up approach to teaching, research and consultancy in inclusive design using the social model of disability, from the planning of the public realm to the detailing of the home, its products and technologies the research page contains many free downloads from...

Published by SURFACE Inclusive Design Research Centre, University of Salford, This link will take you to a website which is not managed by the Design Council.
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Universal Design E-World Website

UD E-World was developed and is supported by the Centre on Inclusive Design and Environmental Access (IDeA Centre), University at Buffalo, State University of New York. Universal Design E-World is an interactive community for professionals, educators, and students interested in learning and contributing to the advancement of Universal Design. The...

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User-friendly waste disposal with emphasis on disability and accessibility, SBI REPORT 326 .

This report tackles problems experienced by persons with disabilities and senior citizens in relation to waste separation and disposal, through user-friendly waste handling and waste disposal, accessible waste bins and containers, design of access routes, layout of the collection points, information on separation and disposal of waste fractions. The aim...

Published by DANISH BUILDING RESEARCH INSTITUTE, This link will take you to a website which is not managed by the Design Council.
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Wheelchair Housing Design Guide by Habinteg

The wheelchair housing design guide: provides design details and good practice examples which take account of current guidelines and regulations, promotes the long term cost and other benefits of designing to wheelchair accessibility standards. It reflects and promotes the values and principles of the existing strategies for social inclusion, the...

Published by Stephen Thorpe, This link will take you to a website which is not managed by the Design Council.
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Center for Universal Design North Carolina University

The Center for Universal Design (CUD) is a national information, technical assistance, and research centre that evaluates, develops, and promotes accessible and universal design in housing, commercial and public facilities, outdoor environments, and products. Their mission is to improve environments and products through design innovation, research, education and design assistance....

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Stratford City Consultative Access Group: Inclusive access and design

Strategic access forum reportage on inclusive access matters relating to the development of the Stratford City project in East London including the London Olympics Athlete’s Village proposals, since February 2006. It has provided the Stratford City development partners and the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) Planning Decisions Team, as Local Planning...

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