Health, housing, places: How can we get better at creating places that support health?

Date: 17 November 2015
Time: 1pm - 2pm
Cost: Free

How important is the built and other created environment to our health? What tools are available to us to understand the impact that good or poor urban design and planning can have on our health, and how we get better at creating places that support rather than undermine health? What’s the likely impact of devolution for cities and healthy places?

This free event sees experts come together to debate these issues, with the opportunity for the audience to put questions to the panel.

Speakers include:

  • Marcus Grant (Director of SHINE, Bristol Health Partners and expert advisor to WHO Healthy Cities)
  • David Walker (Guardian, writer and journalist)
  • Jane Powell (UWE)
  • Hugh Barton (UWE)

This event is part of the Festival of the Future City.

Event address: Watershed
1 Canon's Road
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