Wednesday, 16 October 2019 at 10:00AM
The Eden Project, Par PL24 2SG, UK
With a renewed emphasis on the role of planning in delivering health and well-being this seminar will examine how we plan for and deliver opportunities for sport and recreation and promote active lifestyles. The session will look at the opportunities for and challenges of joint provision for tourists and residents drawing on best practice from across the South West
Managing Public Health – prioritising prevention through changing lifestyles
Kirsty Hill, Public Health Specialist at Devon County Council
Wellbeing – a useful concept for planners?
Roger Higman, Director, Network of Wellbeing
The role of green infrastructure in promoting active lifestyles: learning from Plymouth
Kat Deeney, Plymouth City Council
Promoting active lifestyles across the diverse communities of Birmingham.
Karen Creavin, Chief Executive of The Active Wellbeing Society
Sport England – Role of planning for sport and activity through Active Environments & Active Design
A sporting chance for health?
Jacqueline Bennett MRTPI, Director, belap – Bennett Leisure and Planning Ltd
South West Coast path –a regional resource for wealth and health
Julian Gray, Director, South West Coast Path Association
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