Urban planning and design are key drivers of change that can support the livelihoods of informal workers. AeT brings communities together through inclusive planning and design processes in order to build a better, more sustainable urban future for everyone.
What is Inclusive Design?
Inclusive design processes are that aim to reconsider and reshape urban spatial planning and zoning, urban regulations, laws and policies, and urban aesthetics to incorporate voices that have traditionally been excluded, such as the working poor.
AeT believes that informal workers and the working poor must have a voice in urban planning and design processes. AeT works to provide a facilitating role – as well as an active role – in promoting informal workers voices in urban design and planning.
- Spatial Planning
- Infrastructure and Urban Furniture
- Regulations, Laws and Policies