Healthy Streets appears deceptively simple on first glance, delving into the detail unlocks the huge potential of taking this Approach and shows the way.

Healthy Streets Ltd run training, workshops and fieldtrips to suit your needs. These sessions are always participative and fun.

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Small group session applying Healthy Streets to a neighbourhood location, Christchurch New Zealand
Image: Sandy Brinsdon

Your training or workshop session will be shaped to meet your needs and will use your local data and examples to make it most relevant to your participants.

Healthy Street Audit, Silver Zone, Singapore
Image: Land Transport Authority, Singapore

Popular workshop topics

  • The health evidence behind the Healthy Streets Approach
  • The political and strategic context of Healthy Streets
  • The 3 levels of delivering Healthy Streets
  • How design fits into the wider Healthy Streets Approach
  • Getting to know the Healthy Streets Indicators
  • Healthy Streets in governance
  • Overview of the Healthy Streets toolkit covering tools for making the case, design, implementation, stakeholder engagement and evaluation
  • Deep-dive session on individual tools
  • Communicating Healthy Streets in words and images
  • How the Healthy Streets Approach is embedded in the project life cycle
  • On-street assessments of the Healthy Streets Indicators
  • Health economic appraisal
  • Healthy Streets in business cases

Lucy put together and delivered a bespoke workshop for 30 officers from local authorities across Buckinghamshire. The event was really helpful in building a consensus across departments to apply the Healthy Streets Approach to our work. Feedback received was very positive, as the session was insightful, fun, engaging and captured our local challenges.

Hannah Bishop,
Transport Strategy Lead Officer, Buckinghamshire County Council

Lucy delivered a full day workshop with architects and urban designers involved in a mix of infrastructure, public realm and urban design projects. The workshop was tailored to designers and delivered in a series of clear and coherent sessions, covering Healthy Streets in policy context, the ten Indicators, how to communicate Healthy Streets clearly and how to apply the Check for Designers using our project as a test case.

All those who took part agreed that the workshop struck a positive balance between challenging and participatory. There was a significant amount of information covered during the day but the format that included a combination of presentation, group discussion, activities and street audit outside ensured that it remained stimulating throughout. We came away with a strong understanding of Healthy Streets and recognition of the value of sharing knowledge between projects to get the best out of projects for clients including TfL and GLA.

Hawkins\Brown Architects