Accessible and inclusive environments - principles for clients, developers and contractors

Author: CIC

Date published

1 September 2018

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Accessible and inclusive environments - principles for clients, developers and contractors

Guidance
Date published

1 September 2018

Author

CIC

Price

Free

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Author

CIC

The second CIC essential principles guide supports guides and motivates clients, developers and contractors to achieve high standards of access and inclusion in all their projects.

It sets out six guiding principles that can be applied from project inception and strategic definition, through preparation and brief, procurement and tender processes to appraisal of final outcomes.

The aim is that those who own and pay for development take responsibility for achieving an inclusive development process. 

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