WOULD YOU LIKE TO GET INVOLVED?

Many share a desire to address the effects of Climate Change (e.g. pollution and temperature extremes), to deliver Biodiversity enhancement, and to deliver places and spaces which contribute to the prevention of avoidable ill-health. The Parks for Health Assessment Models allow the assessment of important health criteria in developing Masterplans, and also in existing Parks, Green Spaces and wider Green Infrastructure, identifying opportunities to improve health and wellbeing, to reduce environmental impact and to deliver biodiversity enhancement. Together these can often deliver reduced costs in current management and maintenance of Parks and Green Spaces, and future reduction in the cost of clinical interventions and Adult and Social Care, and Mental Health.

AS SUCH OUR partnerS CAN COME from MANY SECTORS

NATIONAL AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT:

National and Local Government, including Councillors, Officers in Public Health, Social Care, Parks and Leisure as well as Planning and Design Departments

 

TOWN AND PARISH COUNCILS and COMMUNITY GROUPS:

Local Councils and community groups with responsibility for local Parks and Green Spaces.  

THE NHS, HOSPITAL TRUSTS, CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUPS AND LOCAL GPs:

Using Health Assessments and related design provide a vehicle to enhance the local estate, and provides a context to use Parks and Green Spaces within Social Prescribing, as an alternative to clinical interventions.

 

DEVELOPERS AND HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS:

Within the context of Landscape Design, the assessment models provide a toolkit to objectively assess and enhance green spaces within existing developments and proposed Masterplans to optimise the use of green spaces and infrastructure for health and wellbeing, enhance biodiversity and mitigate related impacts of Climate Change.

 

EMPLOYERS:

Maintaining a healthy work force is a priority for all responsible employers. Parks can offer a freely available resource for recreation, physical activity and to reduce stress and mental ill-health. By assessing and developing local Parks for health, it is possible to reduce stress, and encourage physical activity; improving the health and wellbeing among the work force, and increasing happiness, satisfaction and productivity whilst reducing absenteeism.

 

CHARITIES, THIRD SECTOR AND OTHER INTEREST GROUPS:

... promoting health and wellbeing, biodiversity enhancement and addressing environmental impacts associated with climate change.

 

COMMERCIAL COMPANIES AND SERVICE PROVIDERS:

... with a vision for health, biodiversity enhancement and mitigating environmental impacts through their services and equipment.


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