Building Age-Friendly Cities (Houses of Parliament Library POST Note PN 539)

Summary

A recent Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) note on “Creating age friendly cities” considers the challenges involved in making cities more “age-friendly”. It examines how housing, transport and outdoor spaces etc. might be re-designed to promote independence into old age and improve health and quality of life for older people.

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Creating age-friendly cities. London: POST (Great Britain. Parliament. Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology), October 18th 2016.

This relates to:

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Hale, J. [and] Kenny, C. (2016). Creating age friendly cities. London: POST (Great Britain. Parliament. Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology), October 2016. (POSTnote no. PN 539).

Age-Friendly Communities: the Dumfries and Galloway Care Campus Project (Crichton Trust)

Work in Scotland:

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Reference

Rinaldi, G. (2019). How do you build a great place to grow old? Scotland: BBC Health News / BBC Scotland News, June 29th 2019.

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