Streets for All: Guidance for practitioners
Streets for All are practical guidance manuals aimed at all those involved in managing, designing or maintaining the public realm. This includes councillors, highways professionals, landscape and urban designers, town planning and conservation staff, amenity societies, contractors and utility companies. Produced in conjunction with the Department for Transport, each regional volume of Streets for All emphasises the need to take account of local identity and avoid standardised solutions.
The documents were published in 2005. Hard copies are available from the relevant English Heritage regional office and electronic versions can be downloaded as PDFs from this website.
To support the Streets for All guidance manuals that have been produced, English Heritage has held a range of training events throughout England.