Accessible and inclusive environments - principles for built environment professionals

Author: CIC

Date published

1 March 2017

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Accessible and inclusive environments - principles for built environment professionals

Guidance
Date published

1 March 2017

Author

CIC

Price

Free

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Author

CIC

These six essential principles will guide, support and motivate you when making decisions for clients, employers and society which affect the achievement of an inclusive environment.

This CIC document will help you meet your professional obligations to seek to achieve inclusion and ensure that this goal is integrated into all your professional activity.

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