Inside you will find
- Executive summary
- Overview of the approach used in this study
- Data charts and graphs
- A profile of 10 high streets, giving context to a statistical analysis
- Reconciliation of findings with data
This will interest
- Local authorities
- Regional government
- Developers and investors
This report shows how good street design contributes both economic benefits and public value.
It demonstrates that investment in quality design brings quantifiable financial returns and that people value improvements to their streets. It also illustrates how, by using stated preference surveys, public values can be measured alongside private values, so that they can be properly included in the decision-making process.
We can see that the best streets really are paved with gold.