Programme for Healthy City Design 2017


17th October 2017

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All streams: Session 12; Opening keynotes: Health-creating societies and environments


Chaired by Chris Liddle, HLM, UK
Location: Wolfson Theatre

08:55am
Welcome
Speakers:
Chris Liddle, HLM, UK
09:00am
Keynote address: Designing a healthier and health-creating society
Speakers:
Lord Nigel Crisp, Independent crossbench member of the House of Lords; Co-chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Global Health, UK

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09:25am
Keynote address: We are the environments we live in
Speakers:
Lord Andrew Mawson OBE, Executive chairman, Well North; Director, Andrew Mawson Partnership, UK
09:50am
Panel discussion
10:00am
COFFEE, POSTER GALLERY AND KNOWLEDGE SPACE

Stream 4: Urban planning; Session 13: Ecological health and city planning


Chaired by Prof Rachel Cooper OBE, Lancaster University, UK
Location: Wolfson Theatre

10:30am
A systems approach to addressing planetary health in cities
Speakers:
Dr Montira Pongsiri, Senior research associate, Cornell University, USA
Dr Graham Alabaster, Chief waste management and sanitation, Urban Basic Services Branch, United Nations Human Settlements Programme, Intl
Dr Robin Stott, Member, Commission for Sustainable London; co-chair, MJ Climate and Health Council, sustainability advisor to Mayor of Lewisham, UK
Stephen Passmore, Head of platform delivery, The Ecological Sequestration Trust, UK
Dr Lise Retat, Research and development associate, UK Health Forum, UK

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11:15am
The impact of the built environment on health: an evidence review
Speakers:
Janet Ige, Research associate in public health, health and social sciences, University of the West of England, UK
Paul Pilkington, Senior lecturer in public health, health and social sciences, University of the West of England, UK

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11:40am
Rewilding cities
Speakers:
Tom Armour, Director and global leader of landscape architecture, Arup, UK

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12:05pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
COFFEE, POSTER GALLERY AND KNOWLEDGE SPACE

Stream 5: Homes and neighbourhoods; Session 17: Policy and practice of creating healthy communities


Chaired by David Green, Perkins+Will, UK
Location: Council Chamber

10:30am
Healthy New Towns: delivering innovation at pace framework – policy implementation
Speakers:
Sara McCafferty, Senior strategy programme managers, NHS England, UK
Danny McDonnell, Strategy programme manager, NHS England, UK

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10:55am
CHESS – engaging communities in designing healthy environments
Speakers:
Christine Hancock, Founder and director, C3 Collaborating for Health, UK

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11:20am
Translating community views of health and place into local planning policy and monitoring frameworks
Speakers:
Simon Bevan, Director of planning, Southwark Council, UK
11:45am
Voluntary evidence-informed health & wellbeing design: public realm strategy for a London masterplan
Speakers:
Jamie Anderson, Research associate, University of Sheffield; senior consultant, BuroHappold Engineers, UK
12:10pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
LUNCH, POSTER GALLERY AND KNOWLEDGE SPACE

Stream 6: Work and mobility; Session 20: Wellness in the workplace


Chaired by Rama Gheerawo, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art, UK
Location: Library

10:30am
To what extent the physical environment influences wellbeing at work
Speakers:
Bart van Roekel, MSc student, YNNO, Netherlands

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10:55am
Workplaces leading city-wide healthy places efforts
Speakers:
Jane Ellery PhD, Assistant professor of wellness management, Ball State University; senior fellow, Project for Public Spaces, USA

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11:20am
Healthy offices, healthy life@work
Speakers:
Elizabeth Nelson, PhD candidate, biosensors and biomedical engineering, University of Twente, Netherlands
11:45am
WELL designed: the first project in Europe certified to the WELL Building Standard
Speakers:
Alan Fogarty, Partner, sustainability, Cundall, UK

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12:10pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
LUNCH, POSTER GALLERY AND KNOWLEDGE SPACE

Stream 4: Urban planning; Session 14: Barriers to improving urban health


Chaired by Marcus Grant, Cities & Health, UK
Location: Wolfson Theatre

02:00pm
Land, power and wellbeing
Speakers:
Hugh Barton, Emeritus professor of planning, health and sustainability, WHO Collaborating Centre for Healthy Urban Environments, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

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02:20pm
Research protocols for planning healthy cities
Speakers:
David Green, Principal, global practice leader, Cities and Sites, Perkins+Will, UK

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02:40pm
What stops built environment professionals creating healthier places?
Speakers:
Rachel Toms, Insight and standards manager, Design Council, UK
03:00pm
Panel discussion
03:30pm
COFFEE, POSTER GALLERY AND KNOWLEDGE SPACE

Stream 5: Homes and neighbourhoods; Session 18: Multi-generational community design and care


Chaired by Janet Sutherland, The Academy of Urbanism, UK
Location: Council Chamber

02:00pm
Carebnb – concept for short-term light-care in your own neighbourhood
Speakers:
Femke Feenstra, Board architect, de Jong Gortemaker Algra Architects, Netherlands
Aziza Aachiche, Senior advisor, real estate, Twynstra Gudde, Netherlands

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02:20pm
The implementation of the Older People’s External Residential Assessment Tool (OPERAT)
Speakers:
Martin Hyde, Associate professor, Centre for Innovative Ageing, Swansea University, UK

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02:40pm
Health warning: is too much safety bad for our children’s health?

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03:00pm
Panel discussion
03:30pm
COFFEE, POSTER GALLERY AND KNOWLEDGE SPACE

Stream 6: Work and mobility; Session 21: The future of active and sustainable travel


Chaired by Clare Devine, Design Council, UK
Location: Library

02:00pm
The impact of spatial-economic structure of cities on the potential for active travel
Speakers:
Eime Tobari PhD, Associate director, Space Syntax, Japan/UK

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02:20pm
Driverless futures: utopia or dystopia?
Speakers:
Dan Phillips, Project manager, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, School of Design, Royal College of Art, UK
Rama Gheerawo, Director, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art, UK
Professor Dale Harrow, Head of programme, vehicle design, School of Design, Royal College of Art, UK
Stephen Boyd Davis, Professor of design research, School of Design, Royal College of Art, UK

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02:40pm
The role of electric cycles in the healthy city
Speakers:
Tim Jones, Reader, School of the Built Environment, Oxford Brookes University, UK
03:00pm
Panel discussion
03:30pm
COFFEE, POSTER GALLERY AND KNOWLEDGE SPACE

Stream 4: Urban planning; Session 15: River-based community design


Chaired by Sunand Prasad, Penoyre & Prasad, UK
Location: Wolfson Theatre

04:00pm
Living bridges: healthy urban infrastructure as a multi-use economic asset
Speakers:
Tye Farrow, Senior partner, architecture, Farrow Partners, Canada

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04:20pm
The tale of a whale: creating a space for designing wellbeing in Northern Ireland
Speakers:
Jo-Anne Bichard, Senior research fellow, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art, UK
Jonathan West, Research fellow, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art, UK
Elizabeth Raby, Research associate, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art, UK
Ralf Alwani, Research associate, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art, UK

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04:40pm
Panel discussion

Stream 5: Homes and neighbourhoods; Session 19: Planning neighbourhoods for active living


Chaired by Christine Hancock, C3 Collaborating for Health, UK
Location: Council Chamber

04:00pm
How ‘prescribing planning’ can help lead to healthier-weight communities
Speakers:
Michael Chang, Project and policy manager, planning, Town and Country Planning Association, UK
Helen Horrocks, Strategic lead for public health, Thurrock Council, UK

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04:20pm
Hypo-Park: an open-space pilot for at-risk urban communities
Speakers:
Roger Sherman, Design director, Lifestyle Studio, Gensler (Los Angeles), USA
Claudia Carol, Studio director, planning and urban design, Gensler (Los Angeles), USA

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04:40pm
Panel discussion

Stream 6: Work and mobility; Session 22: Experience-design of transit hubs and journeys


Chaired by Susanne Pini, HDR, Australia
Location: Library

04:00pm
Health through innovation in transit facility design – a study of MRTS, Chennai, India
Speakers:
Dr P Meenakumari, Associate professor, Department of Architecture, Anna University, India
Ar. Amita Gupta, Consultant and visiting faculty, Department of Architecture, Anna University, India

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04:20pm
Decisions, decisions: decision-making and its impact on passenger experience and wellbeing
Speakers:
Jonathan Leah, principal, Woods Bagot, UK

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04:40pm
Panel discussion

All streams; Session 16: Closing keynote address


Chaired by TBC
Location: Wolfson Theatre

05:00pm
Population ageing and health in the urban age
Speakers:
Sarah Harper, Director, Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, UK

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05:40pm
Closing remarks
05:45pm
Close
06:00pm
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