Spatial Planning for Health & Wellbeing
PHE ePoster Library. Charles-Jones J. 09/12/17; 186680; 125
Jenny Charles-Jones
Jenny Charles-Jones
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Abstract Spatial Planning The role that planning has on health and well-being has been identified in the Nottinghamshire Health and Well-being Strategy (2014-2017). Priority 5 of the Nottinghamshire Health and Well-being Board is to develop healthier environments in which to live and work in Nottinghamshire. In October 2015, the Nottinghamshire Health and Well-being Stakeholder event, Planning Healthier Environments facilitated by the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) brought together key individuals to understand how to capture the potential of the planning system to promote healthy communities and tackle obesity. Consequently, two local policy document (outlined below) were developed to support the Public Health consultation process, in collaboration with County and District Planners, covering pre- application plans for dwellings, Local Plans/Core Strategy pertaining to the healthy environment. The 'Spatial Planning for the Health and Well-being of Nottinghamshire, Nottingham City and Erewash 20 identifies that local planning policies play a vital role in ensuring the health and wellbeing of the population and how planning matters can impact on health. A health checklist has been developed to be used when developing local plans and assessing planning application to ensure that the positive and negative impacts on health and well-being are considered. Planning and Health, An engagement protocol between local planning authorities and health partners in Nottinghamshire ensures that health is given consideration at the earliest possible stage during the planning process with agreement as to when a Health Impact Assessment should be undertaken and addressing inequalities taking account of the wider determinants of health.
Abstract Spatial Planning The role that planning has on health and well-being has been identified in the Nottinghamshire Health and Well-being Strategy (2014-2017). Priority 5 of the Nottinghamshire Health and Well-being Board is to develop healthier environments in which to live and work in Nottinghamshire. In October 2015, the Nottinghamshire Health and Well-being Stakeholder event, Planning Healthier Environments facilitated by the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) brought together key individuals to understand how to capture the potential of the planning system to promote healthy communities and tackle obesity. Consequently, two local policy document (outlined below) were developed to support the Public Health consultation process, in collaboration with County and District Planners, covering pre- application plans for dwellings, Local Plans/Core Strategy pertaining to the healthy environment. The 'Spatial Planning for the Health and Well-being of Nottinghamshire, Nottingham City and Erewash 20 identifies that local planning policies play a vital role in ensuring the health and wellbeing of the population and how planning matters can impact on health. A health checklist has been developed to be used when developing local plans and assessing planning application to ensure that the positive and negative impacts on health and well-being are considered. Planning and Health, An engagement protocol between local planning authorities and health partners in Nottinghamshire ensures that health is given consideration at the earliest possible stage during the planning process with agreement as to when a Health Impact Assessment should be undertaken and addressing inequalities taking account of the wider determinants of health.
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