Following the abolition of CABE (Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment), we have managed to secure some hard and soft back publications, which are brand new (in the sense that they have never been used). From 1st April CABE will merge with the Design Council, following an agreement reached by both parties and the government. It is suspected that much of the information in the publications will be retained.
We have been given permission to distribute these, free of charge to our followers. All you are required to do is become a member (free) and drop us a message requesting which publications you would like. If you do not wish to become a member then you are still welcome to message us, but members will be given priority.
Please be aware that stocks are limited and we may not be able to fulfil your request.
We will aim to send them out within 3 working days, but this may not always be possible.
The publications have been exceptionally useful in the past and their content is still relevant now and in the future. They may prove an important resource in your office or at home.
The following are available: -
Hallmarks of a Sustainable CityThe Value Handbook: Getting the Most from your Buildings and Spaces360 Degrees: Learning Through Buildings and Places (various issues)Artists & Places: Engaging Creative Minds in RegenerationCreating Successful Masterplans: A Guide for ClientsStart with the Park: Creating Sustainable Urban Green Spaces in Areas of Housing Growth and RenewalDesign Review: Principles and PracticePaying for Parks: Eight Models for Funding Urban Green SpaceSure Start Children's Centres: A Post-Occupancy EvaluationOpen Space Strategies: What Local Authority Decision Makers Need to KnowHousing Market Renewal: Action Plan for Delivering Successful Places