100 Day Studio: Public Practice – Planning after a Pandemic

Day 24 of the 100 Day Studio: From the establishment of the Metropolitan Board of Works in 1855 to the 1919 Addison Act, public health crises have shaped our planning system, and in turn shaped our built environment. How might COVID-19 change the way we plan? Debbie Jackson (GLA) Kevin Fenton (Public Health England), Magali Thomson (Great Ormond Street Hospital), Michael Chang (Health & Wellbeing in Planning Network) and Kieron Boyle (Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Charity) discuss how the public sector can bring urban health and urban planning together to tackle health and spatial inequalities.

The 100 Day Studio is a new series of online lectures, interviews, building tours and panel discussions, organised by The Architecture Foundation. For 100 weekdays from Monday April 6th 2020 to Thursday August 27th 2020, the 100 Day Studio will host many of best architects and architectural thinkers in the world, broadcast live and uploaded here on this channel. The curriculum for the week ahead will be announced each Friday at architecturefoundation.org.uk/news/100-day-studio

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