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Active Design: Promoting Opportunities for Sports and Physical Activity through Good Design

Active Design is an innovative set of design guidelines from Sport England promoting opportunities for sport and physical activity in the design and layout of new housing and community developments, both public and private. This guidance sets out a range of hard (physical) measures and soft (management) measures.



OrganizationSport England
Resource TypeToolkit
URLwww.sportengland.org/active_design_complet...
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