Excellence in Planning for Health and Wellbeing - Shortlist
Connecting Communities for a Healthier Tower Hamlets
Tower Hamlets and LUC prepared a strategy to deliver inter-connected green routes, enhanced parks and water spaces through development, to address the Borough's health challenges. Submitted by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and LUC.
Image credit: Docklands sailing club
Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary – The Garden Hospital
The Garden Hospital was delivered through a strong community planning partnership to bring the rural landscape inside to create a naturally therapeutic and healing environment. Submitted by Dumfries and Galloway Council.
Image credit: Paul McMullin Photography
Four Greens Community Trust
Planning has been at the forefront of this project delivering infrastructure in a deprived area of high need for health and wellbeing hubs. Submitted by Plymouth City Council
Healthy Places, Healthy Children
Healthy Places, Healthy Children is a primary school teaching resource introducing children aged 8-11 to planning and enabling them to engage with planners. Submitted by Belfast Healthy Cities.
Hull Extra Care Project
A DoH flagship scheme delivering 316 affordable, dementia-friendly, extra care housing units and community hub facilities across 3 sites. Submitted by Hull City Council
Image credit: Tony McAteer-Gleeds
Phoenix Community Garden
Phoenix Garden has created an accessible and sustainable community space for local people and for schools to learn about nature and ecology in an inner-city environment. Submitted by the London Borough of Camden.
Image credit: Gurmeet Sian
Seaham Harbour Marina Watersports Activity Centre
The Watersports Centre's location beyond the shoreline is quite unique and helps us deliver upon our ambition of putting the "Sea" back into Seaham. Submitted by Durham County Council
Image credit: Napper Architects
The S.H.E.D - Frogmary Green Farm Classroom
The S.H.E.D brings the classroom to the farm giving children a field to fork experience of the links between food production, cooking and healthy eating. Submitted by David Glasson Planning Ltd.
Tree Top Village
A new heart for the Walker community in the form of an exemplar mixed-use retirement village comprising 75 apartments, 44 separate dwellings, retail and cafe. – Submitted by IDPartnership.
Image credit: IDPartnership
Welsh National Sailing and Events Centre
Welsh National Sailing Academy Scheme, which seeks to maximise the potential afforded by the natural location to promote community well-being and economic prosperity. Submitted by Cyngor Gwynedd.
Image credit: M7Aerial