Crime and the design of residential property – exploring the perceptions of planning professionals, burglars and other users

@inproceedings{Cozens2001CrimeAT,
  title={Crime and the design of residential property – exploring the perceptions of planning professionals, burglars and other users},
  author={Paul Cozens and David Nathan Hillier and Grant Prescott},
  year={2001}
}
The first paper, entitled “Crime and the design of residential property: exploring the theoretical background” (Property Management, Vol. 19 No. 2), has argued that “perceptions” and the “image” of housing designs remain a largely untested avenue of investigation in the design‐effects‐crime debate. Presents and discusses exploratory research into the perception of crime/deviancy, fear of crime and “defensible space”, in relation to a range of characteristic UK housing designs. This… CONTINUE READING

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