CABE


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CABE

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Civil Engineering) Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment
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As Cabe puts it, "They take the boring black and white resume you typically hand to an employer and turn it into a work of art".
As a mark of respect to the late CABE Member Shri Vinod Raina, condolence was paid and rich tributes were made to his remarkable contributions to education sector.
The highlights of the agenda for CABE meeting tomorrow to be addressed by the HRD Minister are:
Cabe, which was also critical of Liverpool Waters in February last year, are now demanding the plans be improved.
In a submission to the city's council's planning department CABE said: "We urge the design team to rethink the design concept of the scheme, reducing the scale and quantum of development.
We are working closely with the City Council and have spoken with CABE in detail with a view to finding a solution.
Cabe are quite right - the present proposals even without the further degradation being sought by English Heritage will not produce a "high quality scheme".
CABE said new stores and mixed used developments by supermarkets were now creating large parts of our towns and cities and may be the only regeneration on offer in the foreseeable future.
Following an in-depth review of the plans submitted by Tesco to transform Gateshead town centre CABE officers said: "It seems particularly crucial that Gateshead centre should not be dominated by another monolithic development and more work needs to be done to ensure that this will be successful.
CABE chiefs have criticised developments centred on supermarkets, claiming they threaten to leave once close-knit communities as "ghost towns".
CABE chief executive Richard Simmons said: "This research brings into question the argument that the market will meet the demands of people living in private housing developments.
24, 1952, in Veneta to Howard and Bonnie Keep Cabe.