Community Planning: Case studies
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Useful case study collections elsewhere on the internet

Architecture Centre Network
Range of projects by UK architecture centres covering regeneration; design quality and innovation; planning; sustainable communities and place making; young people and communities; climate change and housing.

Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment
Collection of the best buildings and places in the UK, from large-scale plans for city centres to shops and theatres.

Making Planning Work
Twenty five case studies from 20 different countries demonstrating how successful development and governance of human settlements depends upon collaboration and establishing effective partnerships, and how much can be achieved by working together, sharing skills, being creative and learning on the job.

People and Participation
Inspiring examples of how public participation has changed lives across the world.

The Prince’s Foundation
Range of UK masterplanning, urban extension, new housing and regeneration projects developed using the collaborative Enquiry by Design approach pioneered by The Prince’s Foundation with English Partnerships. Includes useful downloads.

Urban Design Compendium
Over 100 case studies illustrating good practice in urban design

If you know of a good case study that should be added to the site, please submit a summary using the suggestion form.

To make a detailed submission, download the full form, which is a Word document, complete it and retun to us in your own time. If you have any difficulties or queries please contact Nick Wates - site editor.

The site editor will contact you to let you know whether the material can be used, what further information is needed and if payment is required (see Site funding policy).

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Last updated on: 23 August 2011