Programme 2 March 2018

Action Stations/Boathouse 6, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

 

09.00 - Action Stations/Boathouse 6 Exhibition Area

Registration opens. Tea & Coffee served

09.30 - Boathouse 6 Cinema

Plenary session: unlocking funds for health-promoting planning projects

Chair: Adrian Davis, Public Health Consultant, Bristol City Council & Associate Editor, Journal of Transport and Health

Dr Jason Horsley, Joint Director of Public Health, Southampton City Council and Portsmouth City Council

Rupert Furness, Head of Active and Accessible Travel, Department for Transport

Carl Petrokofsky, Specialist in Public Health, Healthy People, Healthy Places programme, Public Health England

Pam Turton, Transport and Environment, Portsmouth City Council

 

11.00 - Action Stations/Boathouse 6 Exhibition Area

Tea & Coffee served

11.30 - Boathouse 6 Cinema

11.30 - National Museum of the Royal Navy

Better walking infrastructure

What is walking infrastructure?
Becki Cox, Principal Technical Advisor, Living Streets

iWalk: Innovations in Inclusive Walking
Jess Read, Principal Transport Engineer, Witteveen+Bos UK 

How to take walking more seriously
Martin Parretti, Principal Consultant, SYSTRA

Walking & cycling network planning
Simon Pratt, Head of Network Development, Sustrans

Designing-in activity panel

Short presentations followed by facilitated panel discussion

Locking in activity in new development
Richard Lewis, CEO, Active Planning

An active travel approach to new employment sites
Lesley McAllister, Travel Choices Team, Warrington Borough Council

Designing for activity: a new take on sustainable development
Giulio Ferrini, senior engineer, Sustrans

Changing the way we move around cities: nudge and design
Dominique Le Touze, Consultant in Public Health, Portsmouth City Council

13.00 - Action Stations/Boathouse 6 Exhibition Area

Lunch & Networking

14.00-Boathouse 6 Cinema

14.00 - Horizons Suite

Spatial planning and health

Chair: Florinda Boschetti, Lead, Environment and Health in Transport, POLIS

Understanding transport and mobility inequalities
Ben Spencer, Research Assistant, Oxford Brookes University

An evidence base for planning and designing healthier places
Clare Upton-Brown, City Development Manager, Portsmouth City Council

Mental health, wellbeing and transport accessibility
Prof Roger Mackett, University College London 

Healthy urban design principles: density, connectivity, activity
Megan Streb, Partnerships Manager, Sustrans

Mainstreaming walking and cycling: a new mindset
Lucy Marstrand-Taussig, Associate, Transport Initiatives

Evaluation and monitoring workshop

From common goals to common evidence bases 

What tools and processes from the public health, transport and panning sectors can help to develop a common evidence base?

  • To improve dialogue between transport and health professionals: there are mutually agreed goals (in order to improve public health we need to get people to do more physical exercise and to reduce potentially harmful air pollution)

  • To establish common practices in the evaluation of impacts and outcomes

  • To develop common practice in developing the evidence base and improving investment decision-support tools

Participants to be announced

15.45

Event close

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