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Moving health upstream in urban development decision-making

Black, Daniel; Ige, Janet; Pilkington, Paul; Williams, Ben; Prestwood, Emily; Hunt, Alistair; Eaton, Eleanor; Orme, Judy; Scally, Gabriel; Carmichael, Laurence; Larbey, Ruth; Ebi, Kris; Roderick, Lawrence; Ogilvie, Flora


Daniel Black

Janet Ige
Research Fellow in Health and Sustainability

Ben Williams
Research Fellow in Air Quality Management Resource Centre

Emily Prestwood

Alistair Hunt

Eleanor Eaton

Judy Orme
Professor/Ins Director ISHE

Gabriel Scally

Ruth Larbey

Kris Ebi

Lawrence Roderick

Flora Ogilvie


This document presents an overview of a three-year pilot funded by the Wellcome Trust an initiated in 2016. The project has three main strands of work- systematic reviews of evidence linking the quality of urban form to human health impacts, an economic valuation of the costs and benefits to society of healthy and unhealthy development and a two-year programme of interviews and workshops with agencies in control of delivering urban development in the UK

Presentation Conference Type Other
Start Date Feb 24, 2017
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
APA6 Citation Black, D., Ige, J., Pilkington, P., Williams, B., Prestwood, E., Hunt, A., …Ogilvie, F. (2017, February). Moving health upstream in urban development decision-making. Presented at The Sustainable Transport & Health Summit
Keywords moving, health, upstream, urban development, decision-making
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Additional Information Title of Conference or Conference Proceedings : The Sustainable Transport & Health Summit


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