RIBA Publishes Ten Characteristics of Places Where People Want to Live

RIBA Publishes Ten Characteristics of Places Where People Want to Live

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has published 'Ten Characteristics of Places Where People Want to Live,' highlighting ten characteristics of housing developments where people want to live, illustrated with valuable case study evidence demonstrating the relationship between design quality and the rate of supply in the delivery of much needed, well-built affordable homes.

The RIBA's report identifies the necessary political conditions for building more high-quality housing. It makes recommendations for how quality and supply can be increased through better placemaking, with a greater diversity of tenures and types of homes alongside improved planning, delivery and maintenance.

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