The vital role of data in creating complete, compact and connected places
21st June @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
In 2021 the TCPA published 20-Minute Neighbourhoods, Creating Healthier, Active, Prosperous Communities: An Introduction for Council Planners in England. The guide made it clear that one of the first things that should be done when introducing 20-minute neighbourhoods is to gather data to inform the process and provide a baseline for later evaluation.
This webinar – the latest in a series of TCPA webinars about 20-minute neighbourhoods – will explore ways to gather baseline data to shape, inform, achieve, and evaluate the implementation of 20-Minute Neighbourhoods in England.
The webinar will include an overview of available data sources and tools, as well as presentations from two local authority areas progressing the principles of 20-minute neighbourhoods in their areas. The webinar will also include an update on development of a national tool to successfully engage with communities to deliver healthier places.
|10:05||TCPA 20-Minute Neighbourhood Guide||Gemma Hyde, Project and Policy Officer, TCPA|
|10:15||Why data is so important to creating complete, compact and connected places||Julia Thrift, Director, TCPA|
|10:25||Developing ‘Healthy Living Zones’||Andy Lindop, Principal Planning Officer, Birmingham City Council|
|10:45||Complete Communities – an example from Rochford and Southend-on-Sea||Jon Herbert, Director, Troy Planning & Design|
|11:15||Welcome back||Gemma Hyde, Project and Policy Officer, TCPA|
|11:20||Healthy Places Framework||Andrew Netherton, Healthy Places Programme Manager, Office for Health Improvement & Disparities|
|11:40||Q&A||Chaired by Julia Thrift, Director, TCPA|