Recruitment of Built Environment Experts

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Design Council Cabe (formally CABE, the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment) is recruiting design professionals to join its network of Built Environment Experts (BEEs).

Cabe is looking for a wide range of people from architecture, planning and infrastructure backgrounds, including health specialists.

The Built Environment Experts will form a flexible and diverse network to provide design advice on behalf of Cabe’s clients across England. This could be for a one off event such as reviewing a development proposal or supporting a client to procure good design.

In the past, Cabe drew upon the services of enablers and Design Review panel members to participate in its activities and provide guidance and advice. Cabe is now refreshing this group of experts to form the single network of Built Environment Experts.

Cabe welcomes applications from professionals who can bring an informed expert viewpoint and are committed to championing the value of good design in the built environment.

The deadline for applications is 5.30pm Friday 30 March 2012.

More information and an application form is available on the Design Council Cabe website, http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/our-work/CABE/BEE/.

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