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Streets for All : 10 How to do a street audit

The purpose of a street audit is to look at the quality of the street environment in an objective way. It enables each of the elements within it to be valued in accordance with their purpose and quality. A range of toolkits is available for both the professional and community to use.The range and type of audit requirements will depend on the criteria and final use for which the appraisal is intended, but generally speaking they involve consulting a range of people so as to include a broad spectrum of views, often beyond the usual highway engineer’s expertise.

We are now (September 2017) consulting on revised Streets for All guidance. See our guidance consultations webpage for more details.

The consultation closes at 5pm on Thursday 9 November 2017.

Additional Information

  • Series: Guidance
  • Publication Status: Completed


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