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Documents supplied by Sport England

A Sporting Future for the Playing Fields of England - Policy on Planning Applications for Development on Playing Fields
Access for Disabled People - Guidance Notes
Adults with a Disability and Sport National Survey 2000-2001 - Main Report
Chairman of Sport England Calls for 'Holistic, Cross-Governmental Approach' to Improving Public Health
Design Guidance Note - Access for Disabled People
Developing Sustainable Sports Facilities - A Toolkit for the Development of a Sustainable Community Sports Hub
Facilities Factfile 5: Designing for Safety in Sports Buildings - Datasheet 60.10: Designing for Safety in Sports Halls - Part 10: Designing for Children
Facilities Factfile 5: Designing for Safety in Sports Buildings - Datasheet 60.11: Designing for Safety in Sports Halls - Part 11: Signage
Facilities Factfile 5: Designing for Safety in Sports Buildings - Datasheet 60.12: Designing for Safety in Sports Halls - Part 12: Emergency Lighting
Facilities Factfile 5: Designing for Safety in Sports Buildings - Datasheet 60.13: Designing for Safety in Sports Halls - Part 13: Alarm Systems
Facilities Factfile 5: Designing for Safety in Sports Buildings - Datasheet 60.14: Designing for Safety in Sports Halls - Part 14: Subject Index
Facilities Factfile 5: Designing for Safety in Sports Buildings - Datasheet 60.1: Designing for Safety in Sports Halls - Part 1: Briefing
Facilities Factfile 5: Designing for Safety in Sports Buildings - Datasheet 60.2: Designing for Safety in Sports Halls - Part 2: Circulation and Escape Routes
Facilities Factfile 5: Designing for Safety in Sports Buildings - Datasheet 60.3: Designing for Safety in Sports Halls - Part 3: Security
Facilities Factfile 5: Designing for Safety in Sports Buildings - Datasheet 60.4: Designing for Safety in Sports Halls - Part 4: Safety Dimensions and Specifications for Sports
Facilities Factfile 5: Designing for Safety in Sports Buildings - Datasheet 60.5: Designing for Safety in Sports Halls - Part 5: Seating
Facilities Factfile 5: Designing for Safety in Sports Buildings - Datasheet 60.6: Designing for Safety in Sports Halls - Part 6: Storage of Equipment
Facilities Factfile 5: Designing for Safety in Sports Buildings - Datasheet 60.7: Designing for Safety in Sports Halls - Part 7: Safety in Kitchens and Plant Rooms
Facilities Factfile 5: Designing for Safety in Sports Buildings - Datasheet 60.8: Designing for Safety in Sports Halls - Part 8: First Aid provision
Facilities Factfile 5: Designing for Safety in Sports Buildings - Datasheet 60.9: Designing for Safety in Sports Halls - Part 9: Designing for People with Disabilities
Five Years to Go to 2012 Paralympic Games
Good Conservation Practice for Sport and Recreation (Ref No 16)
Good Practice Guide - Providing for Sport and Recreation Through New Housing Development
Guidance on Long Term Recreational Land Protection
Higher Education and Sport in England - Executive Summary
Positive Futures - A Review of Impact and Good Practice - Individual Project Reports
Positive Futures - A Review of Impact and Good Practice - Summary Report
Press Release - Inclusion Works Out - Inclusive Fitness Week 2008
Press Release - Playing Field Safeguards Secure a Better Deal for Sport
Press Release - Sport England Equality Review
Press Release - Sport England Reveals Sports Participation is Increasing, with the Over 55s Leading the Charge
Press Release - Sport Should Play a Bigger Role in the Workplace - Sport England
Press Release - Sport for Young People to Benefit from New Government Strategy
Press Release - UK Coaching Framework Launched
Sport England Planning Bulletin 15: Strategic Planning for Sport Revisited
Sport England Statement on the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Sport Playing Its Part - The Contribution of Sport to Building Safe, Strong and Sustainable Communities
Sport Playing Its Part - The Contribution of Sport to Economic Vitality and Workforce Development
Sport Playing its Part - The Contribution of Sport to Healthier Communities
Synthetic Turf Pitch Study - Final Report
Synthetic Turf Pitch User Survey - Summary and Key Findings by Sport England and Sport Scotland

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