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Built Environment Professional Education Project

The project aims to make inclusive design central to the education and training of built environment professionals.

Inclusive design is a process that ensures that all buildings, places and spaces can be easily and comfortably accessed and used by everyone.

The Construction Industry Council has assumed responsibility for the BEPE project from financial year 2016 to 2017.

The Built Environment Professional Education Project (BEPE) launched on 3 December 2013. It was inspired by the Paralympic Legacy Advisory Group and:

  • the achievements of London 2012, the most accessible Olympic and Paralympic Games ever
  • the continuing work in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, now a benchmark for achieving an inclusive environment

Read about the second anniversary of the BEPE project (December 2015).

Built Environment Professional Education Project: progress report

What supporters say – and project updates

Read what supporters say about the BEPE project and the project updates.

News

Published 14 August 2015
Last updated 11 May 2016 + show all updates
  1. Added 'Built Environment Professional Education Project: progress report' and a note about the Construction Industry Council's role.
  2. Published news story 'Support for the Built Environment Professional Education project on its second anniversary'.
  3. First published.