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Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)

OLYMPIC PARK CPTED STUDY 

During the preparation of the Masterplan for Olympic Park, The Design Partnership undertook a Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) assessment for the Precinct. Olympic Park is Muswellbrook's sporting precinct. 

The assessment assessed the site against the four key CPTED criteria: Surveillance, Access Control, Territorial Reinforcement and Space and Activity Management.

Recommendations for the Precinct were identified which were integrated into the final Masterplan and its Report.

STOCKTON ACTIVE HUB CPTED STUDY

The Design Partnership were engaged by Newcastle City Council to undertake a Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) review of the proposed Stockton Active Hub - a new all ages playground and skate park on the waterfront at Stockton. 

The assessment reviewed the site against the four key CPTED criteria: Surveillance, Access Control, Territorial Reinforcement and Space and Activity Management.

A series of recommendations were identified which were integrated by Council and the design team into the concept for further development.

Photo by MCCAIG/iStock / Getty Images
Photo by MCCAIG/iStock / Getty Images

CPTED STUDIES AND REPORTS

The Design Partnership have prepared a range of CPTED assessments and reports for private clients. These projects include residential flat buildings, licensed premises, public infrastructure and retail premises.

A Crime Risk Assessment is undertaken for all sites to identify the level of risk and areas of concern. This includes day and night time visits.

The assessment reviewed the site against the four key criteria: Surveillance, Access Control, Territorial Reinforcement and Space and Activity Management.