Urban Space and Autism

Research Study

Urban space is defined as the spaces between buildings, such as streets, parks and public square.

This Study is looking into how architects and urban designers can make urban space in towns and cities more inclusive of neurodiversity, in particular people with autism.

If there is anyone (over 18) with autism who would be happy to share their experiences of urban space please fill out the online survey:


The survey is completely anonymous and can take less than 15 minutes.

If you have any question please email them to: als37@bath.ac.uk

If there are enough respondents the findings may be able to be used to increase awareness within the architectural community.