building for life is the national standard for well-designd home and neighbourhoods.
It is led by CABE and the Home Builders Federation
and backed by the Housing Corporation, English
Partnerships, Design for Homes and the Civic Trust.
The 20 Building for Life criteria embody the partners’
vision of what housing developments should be: attractive,
functional and sustainable. These principles are founded
on government policy and on guidance developed by
CABE in partnership with Design for Homes. The Building
for Life criteria are used to evaluate the quality of schemes
at both the pre-planning and post-construction phases.
This guide explains the 20 questions and refers to
the policy guidance that helped shape them. It can
be used as a guide for developers and housing
associations writing development briefs and by design
teams preparing their plans. Local authorities can also
use it while developing planning guidance, assessing
applications or completing annual monitoring returns.
award winners and the type of evidence a design
team might prepare to show how a scheme meets
the criteria on each of the pages. For complete
case studies along with detailed guidance on
how to prepare evidence for a Building for Life
فایلی که براتون گذاشتم در درست کردن چک لیست های طراحی خیلی می تونه کمک تون کنه.