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Webinar Series

Our webinars are aimed at all partners with an interest in place based work and in particular colleagues from Local Authorities; Health and Planning.

The first webinar of the series is being delivered by Rosie Rowe; Programme Director of the Bicester Healthy New Town. Rosie will be focusing her webinar in talking about Healthy Place Shaping.

What is healthy place-shaping?

Healthy place-shaping is a practical mechanism for creating healthier communities though unified planning. 'Healthy place-shaping is a collaborative process which aims to create sustainable, well-designed communities where healthy behaviours are the norm and which provide a sense of belonging and safety, a sense of identity and a sense of community. It is also a means of shaping local services, infrastructure and the economy through the application of knowledge about what creates good health, improves productivity and benefits the economy'

Date: 18th January 2019

Time: 2:30 - 3:30 pm

To sign up contact ednicholas@activeoxfordshire.org

You can read more about place based work in our what works section

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