Enabling Built Environments Program

Enabling Built Environments Program (EBEP) is concerned with how the built environment, from micro to macro design level, impacts human function, quality of life and health/care costs for older people, young people with disability, and carers. EBEP currently comprises three research streams: Home Modification Information Clearinghouse; Housing for an Older Australia and Liveable Neighbourhoods.

Catherine Bridge keynote at Home Modifications: A National Perspective Conference Sept 2012

Associate Professor Catherine Bridge is a keynote speaker at the NSW Home Modification and Maintenance Services State...

BE in the Media

Media articles that reference the Faculty of Built Environment, our academics, research, alumni and students.



White bay Power Station plans in the hands of local students and children

Inner West Courier, 24 July 2015


The Enabling Built Environments Program (EBEP) is an initiative of the Faculty of the Built Environment at UNSW, with core funding from the NSW Department of Human Services through the CCSP program.

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