Restorative Cities: Urban Design for Mental Health and Wellbeing

00:00:00 – Introduction from Katja Stille. UDG Executive Chair. Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design.
00:03:57 – What is mental health and how does it apply to urban design. The research base. The green space attribute. Layla McCay. Director of the Centre for Urban Design and Mental Health, London; Co-editor of Urban Mental Health and managing editor of the Journal of Urban Design and Mental Health
00:11:32 – More attributes. Water, sensory, neighbourly, active, playable and inclusive cities. Jenny Roe. Mary Irene DeShong Professor of Design & Health and Director of the Center for Design & Health in the School of Architecture, University of Virginia
00:22:33 – The importance of the rigorous research base and its translation into processes and reality. Prof Rhiannon Corcoran Institute of Population Health, University of Liverpool Research Director Prosocial Place.
00:29:56 – Moving on from 20th century theories and processes. Graham Marshall Practice Director Prosocial Place. Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Population Health, University of Liverpool.
00:36:21 – From the evidence to reality. Rachel Toms Public Health England, Housing and Health Manager
00:38:55 – Conversation.


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