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Pushpa Arabindoo appointed to CABE Enabling Panel

Among new appointments to UK government's advisor on architecture, urban design and public space.

Pushpa Arabindoo appointed to CABE Enabling Panel

Pushpa Arabindoo has been appointed as a member of the CABE Enabling Panel.

The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) is the UK government's advisor on architecture, urban design and public space. It runs a panel of specialist enablers who offer expert advice and support to local authorities and other organisations involved in building projects and public spaces, including as hospitals, schools, arts centres and court buidlings. The CABE Panel of Enablers consists of over a hundred professionals, including architects, urban designers, project managers, engineers, and property and quantity surveyors, people working as clients for capital projects, and also those with experience in promoting qualities such as accessibility, diversity and social inclusion, or sustainability, ecology and biodiversity.

Enablers are appointed as consultants to CABE through an open competitive process during which leading professionals are invited to apply. The first appointments were made in 2001, with a second intake in 2004, and the latest in 2009.

 

See:  http://www.cabe.org.uk/default.aspx?contentitemid=160


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