NHS Involvement in Health Housing / Healthy New Towns (BBC News / NHS England / King’s Fund)

Summary

Ten new housing developments in England will be designed with an eye to encouraging healthy and independent living, obesity reduction and dementia friendly signage.

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NHS to help create ‘healthy new towns’. London: BBC Health News, March 1st 2016.

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NHS Chief announces plan to support ten healthy new towns. London: NHS England, March 1st 2016.

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Healthy New Towns. London: NHS England, 2016.

An interim review of progress and lessons learned:

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Naylor, C. [and] Buck, D. (2017). Putting health into place: introducing NHS England’s Healthy New Towns programme. London: The King’s Fund; with TCPA, NHS England, the Young Foundation, PA Consulting [and] Public Health England, September 2018.

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