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existing surroundings that affect an activity

the totality of surrounding conditions and circumstances affecting growth or development

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And the government has appointed several regulatory bodies to assist the built environment with this transition.
The object of the acquisition is to standardize the road map for the national built environment and to purchase its communications.
His other experience includes being chairman of the Royal Town Planning Institute's Urban Design Panel, a CABE Built Environment Expert and a member of the national Housing Design Awards judging panel.
Authors of the monograph analyze the life cycle of the built environment as follows: the built environment, the stakeholders involved in its life cycle as well as the micro, meso and macro environments, in terms of their particular impact on making it an integral whole.
Targeting people with an interest in the built environment, its challenges and the opportunities offered at crisis point, the book describes Iceland before the Crash of 2008, which ended a five-year period of building.
The "Built Environment Assessment Tool Manual" is designed to aid public health workers in measuring the core features and qualities of the built environment as they relate to health behaviors, such as walking, biking and other types of physical activity.
Addressing the recent Third United Nations World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Japan, former Titan America CEO and past Portland Cement Association Chairman Aris Papadopoulos traced the developed world's failure to create a disaster-resilient built environment to government and market forces.
A NEW group to support firms on Teesside working in the region's built environment is looking for more members.
These best practices cannot be implemented effectively if the graduates of built environment are not taught these standards of operation and more importantly, made aware of the consequences of ignoring or failing to meet the minimum standards for sustaining the environment [2].
There is much societal debate on the quality of the built environment.
Nominees must have been directly responsible for leading the design (architecture, engineering, or landscape) or construction, of a structure or built environment.
AN apprentice who quickly passed her NVQ has landed a permanent position with built environment recruitment and training specialist Bromak.
The Royal Town Planning Institute, The Royal Institution of British Architects and The British Institution of Facilities Managers have signed up to the Built Environment Professional Education Project, which aims to ensure that inclusive design becomes a requirement of all built environment accredited courses at our universities and colleges.
Given the sector's large, diversified and dynamic nature, the upgrading of knowledge and skills for the built environment sector poses many challenges.