Welcome to the Centre for Accessible Environments

The Centre for Accessible Environments (CAE) is the UK's leading authority on inclusive design. We aim to help secure a built environment that is usable by everyone, including disabled and older people.

Consultancy

CAE offers a range of access consultancy and access auditing services customised to the needs and budgets of clients.

Training

CAE offers a range of training courses. Access auditing, Accessible homes, Design for the Mind and Inclusive Public Realm

Publications

CAE publishes a comprehensive range of best selling and user- friendly design guides for access professionals.

New Autumn training 2014 dates

14 October: Inclusive Urban Design - creating accessible public spaces

29 October: Accessible Housing guidance

Book now for CAE's new one-day inclusive design courses. Inclusive Urban Design - creating accessible public spaces addresses how our public spaces, streets and footways can be designed inclusively to suit all users. Accessible Housing guidance training will cover how to interpret and compare accessible housing standards, including practical exercises and real case study plans.

For more information on training see our training calendar

Mary Rose Museum wins the Michael Middleton Special Award 2014

As the Universal Design Consultants for the Mary Rose Museum development, CAE are delighted that the museum has been recognised at the Civic Trust Awards. The museum has won the Michael Middleton Special Award presented to an exemplar conservation project, or new build within a conservation area. The scheme was also shortlisted for the 2014 Selwyn Goldsmith Award for Universal Design.

Read more about the award on the Civic Trust website

 

The Centre for Accessible Environments is a Company Limited by Guarantee, Registered in England and Wales No 3112684, Registered Charity No 1050820.



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