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Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE)(Eng)

The government's advisor on architecture, urban design and public spaces for England and Wales. CABE is funded by central government and champions well-designed buildings and public spaces. It advises central, local and regional government on architecture and urban design. In particular, CABE helps to formulate planning policy, and systems that can deliver the best design for schools, hospitals, homes, town centre developments, and public spaces. The Commission’s members include architects, engineers, environmental specialists, academics, property developers and planners. CABE was formed in 1999 to replace the Royal Fine Arts Commission in England, which was first established in 1841 to advise central government, local government and others on all matters affecting the visual environment.

See also www.cabe.org.uk

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