This paper will examine the impact of new forms of work arrangements made possible by developments in NIT and by changing social values, on environmental planning and house design. The results of a survey of Electronic Home Workers (EHW) carried out in 5 European countries will be discussed. Changes in EHWorkers cognitions and activities in relation to their homes, neighbourhoods and the macro environment since taking up EHW will be reported on. The implications of changes in transport behaviour, activity patterns, use of the home, neighbourhood involvement etc. for the planning and design of environments will be discussed. Within this context, transport policy, residential amenity, land use zoning, neighbourhood planning and the design of houses which accomodate workspaces will be examined. The impact of these findings for the disabled will be considered.