Advice: Planning for children's play in housing development

Rather than confining children's play to limited areas of a housing estate, streets and other public areas should be seen as places for fun, writes Ben Kochan.

by Ben Kochan
At JTP's scheme at Alconbury Weald, play spaces were provided early in the development (PIC Urban & Civic)
At JTP's scheme at Alconbury Weald, play spaces were provided early in the development (PIC Urban & Civic)

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