In a period of scarce public resources and tight margins for private developers, the necessity and relevance of the design agenda is ‘writ large’…
…intelligent, place-sensitive, efficient and inspirational design can deliver ‘more’ for newly-empowered communities and neighbourhoods – indeed one might ask, without good design, will it be possible to gain sufficient local support to deliver anything at all?
The recent ‘Bishop Review’ for Design Council CABE has identified Local Design Review and Neighbourhood Planning as two key processes within a new national design agenda - Design Action will be shortly launching its new service - An Independent Multidisciplinary Support for Development Projects.
Independent Multidisciplinary Support for Development Projects
Design Action to offer Local Design Review and Neighbourhood Planning Service
More details coming soon!
PADS lecture series Autumn 2011
Phillip Marsh of dRMM, John Pardey, Prof Flora Samuel, Sarah Gaventa and the Travel Scholarship
Secret Labour: Understanding le Corbusier
Exhibition 9th November 25th November
Plymouth University weekdays 9am -6pm
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