Design value at the neighbourhood scale
Creating well-designed neighbourhoods is widely accepted as an important policy objective. However, there is limited agreement on what this means in practice.
Synthesising the UK-based academic refereed literature, grey literature and policy documents, this evidence review explores the various ways in which design value has been defined and measured, and promoted, before concluding with a working definition of design value that incorporates social, environmental and economic elements.
Authors: Dr Bilge Serin, Tom Kenny, Dr James White, Professor Flora Samuel
Date: November 19, 2018 3:57 pm
Author(s): Bilge Serin, Tom Kenny, James White and Flora Samuel
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