Design Review Insight Report

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20/08/2018

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Inside you will find

  • Insights from a data project to assess, categorise and analyse a sample of recent Design Review letters
  • A case study of A House for Artists in Barking & Dagenham

This will interest

  • Built environment professionals
  • Central and local government

Design Council deliver design advice to professionals in the built environment; supporting them to balance the multiple factors at play and overcome complexities which prohibit design quality. Design Review is one of the tools offered – a pre-planning process for evaluating the quality of design for significant developments, new buildings, public spaces and major infrastructure.

This report outlines the findings from a data project to assess, categorise and analyse a sample of recent Design Review letters. The project provides understanding of the key issues in the built environment by identifying trends and common themes across Design Reviews.

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