Next steps? Mixed use, walkable cities

Next steps? Mixed use, walkable cities

Kellogg College

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Healthy Cities - Next steps? Mixed use, walkable cities ‘Next steps? Mixed use, walkable cities’ will be a stimulating debate and discussion on how approaches to planning and development can influence health and wellbeing in communities. The panel of speakers will each provide a five-minute provocative pitch to deliver their perspective on the importance (or otherwise) of walkable, mixed-use urban neighbourhoods. This is the first of a series of public seminars on the theme of ‘Healthy Cities’, launched as part of the new Global Centre on Healthcare and Urbanisation at Kellogg. The Centre has been established to promote opportunities for students, researchers, practitioners, and members of the public to engage with the pressing global issues of healthcare and urbanisation.
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Healthy Cities - Next steps? Mixed use, walkable cities ‘Next steps? Mixed use, walkable cities’ will be a stimulating debate and discussion on how approaches to planning and development can influence health and wellbeing in communities. The panel of speakers will each provide a five-minute provocative pitch to deliver their perspective on the importance (or otherwise) of walkable, mixed-use urban neighbourhoods. This is the first of a series of public seminars on the theme of ‘Healthy Cities’, launched as part of the new Global Centre on Healthcare and Urbanisation at Kellogg. The Centre has been established to promote opportunities for students, researchers, practitioners, and members of the public to engage with the pressing global issues of healthcare and urbanisation.
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