Inclusive Design - Good Practice

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Examples of how a place has been designed to be inclusive for all. If you have any examples please do send them to us.

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This is a pleasant view of an area of public space in front of the City Hall in Bristol. It is planted with grass and trees and in the background is a hard surfaced area where some people are sitting and others skateboarding. It provides different seating options and the space for many activities to take place. Image courtesy of Sandra Manley, UWE Pleasant View, Skateboarding, Bristol, Grass, Dolores Park, Public, Graphics, Activities, Space

This is a pleasant view of an area of public space in front of the City Hall in Bristol. It is planted with grass and trees and in the background is a hard surfaced area where some people are sitting and others skateboarding. It provides different seating options and the space for many activities to take place. Image courtesy of Sandra Manley, UWE

A wide smooth pavement, tree planting within the pavement with plenty of space to go around and a covered bus shelter. Image courtesy of Sandra Manley, UWE. Tree Planting, Trees To Plant, Bus Shelters, Go Around, Pavement, Smooth, To Go, Space, Plants

A wide smooth pavement, tree planting within the pavement with plenty of space to go around and a covered bus shelter. Image courtesy of Sandra Manley, UWE.

This care home has been designed with a very domestic, rather than institutional, feel. This is reinforced by low fencing enclosing front gardens and an area of green space with a mature tree. Image courtesy of Sandra Manley, UWE Front Gardens, Fencing, Sidewalk, Mansions, Space, House Styles, Green, Design, Display

This care home has been designed with a very domestic, rather than institutional, feel. This is reinforced by low fencing enclosing front gardens and an area of green space with a mature tree. Image courtesy of Sandra Manley, UWE

This sculpture with a residential development in Portishead provides a landmark. It has already become a meeting point for people on the development and helps to provide a sense of identity and character. Image courtesy of Sandra Manley, UWE. Best Practice, Identity, How To Become, Sidewalk, Sculpture, Places, People, Character, Image

This sculpture with a residential development in Portishead provides a landmark. It has already become a meeting point for people on the development and helps to provide a sense of identity and character. Image courtesy of Sandra Manley, UWE.

The new development adjacent to Birmingham's Ikon Gallery has been planned to give the old landmark building a prominent place in the street scene. The red brick building also acts as a local landmark to help people with wayfinding and it gives a sense of character and identity. Image courtesy of Sandra Manley, UWE. Brick Building, Red Bricks, Ikon, Birmingham, Identity, Old Things, Street View, Scene, Gallery

The new development adjacent to Birmingham's Ikon Gallery has been planned to give the old landmark building a prominent place in the street scene. The red brick building also acts as a local landmark to help people with wayfinding and it gives a sense of character and identity. Image courtesy of Sandra Manley, UWE.

This image shows a ramp and steps that give that have been created to provide a second main entrance to Bristol  Library as the existing entrance was only accessible by steps.   The cafe was also located on this side of the building and a canopy provided to create an inclusive and comfortable entrance.  Image courtesy of Sandra Manley, UWE. Main Entrance, Bristol, Canopy, Maine, Create, Building, Places, Design, Buildings

This image shows a ramp and steps that give that have been created to provide a second main entrance to Bristol Library as the existing entrance was only accessible by steps. The cafe was also located on this side of the building and a canopy provided to create an inclusive and comfortable entrance. Image courtesy of Sandra Manley, UWE.

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