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Urban Habitats is a creative research and design practice working internationally. Our values are working to address population health; planetary health; reducing inequalities; creating with communities; and taking an evidence informed approach.
Urban Habitats works across and between public health; urban design; and urban health.
Recent work includes:
Community Voices, Community Consultation for Quality of Life: co-producing green space and park amenities with children.
Circular Economy Health Impact Assessment: including the implications of Covid-19, with Public Health Wales.
Climate Change Adaptation Toolkits: how public bodies and organisations can plan climate change response in ways that aim to reduce health inequalities.
Healthy City Design 2022:
Meet our director Mark Drane at Healthy City Design 2022. Mark is attending the full conference and will be speaking in Session 10 (Day 1, 2pm) and Session 11 (Day 1, 4pm).