Planning briefing on London's vision for the natural environment and health inequalities

With a new mayor in London, a raft of draft strategies are now out for consultation as he shapes a new vision and direction for London. In particular the TCPA is interested in:

  • The Draft Environment strategy sets out to bring together approaches to every aspect of London’s environment and is divided into Air Quality, Green infrastructure, Climate change mitigation and energy and Adapting to climate change. The TCPA's leading role in the national Green Infrastructure Partnership and the EU PERFECT project, place it in a good position to make an informed contribution. 

Peter Massini from the Greater London Authority will be presenting with contributions from TCPA's Julia Thrift and Henry Smith

  • The Draft Health Inequalities strategy set out to help create a healthier and fairer society, and to help make the healthier choice easier for everyone, including the most disadvantaged. The TCPA's Reuniting Health with Planning initiative which draws lessons and knowledge from across the country, places it in a unique position to help shape the strategy on healthy environments. 

Dr Katie Hunter from the Greater London Authority will be presenting with contributions from TCPA's Michael Chang

This event will provide attendees the opportunity to directly engage with the Greater London Authority and participate in discussions to help understand policy and practical implications, and explore influences on the forthcoming draft London Plan. Discussions can also help shape TCPA responses to the consultations before the deadlines. 

You may also be interested in the earlier separate event on the Draft Housing Strategy for which you will need to register separately. Further details to come shortly. 


Who should attend?

This event will be a useful briefing for anyone interested in planning, environment and development in London. It is ideal for practitioners in national agencies, local government, consultancy and other practitioners in disciplines such as housing, environment and public health, elected members and the wider public. Local authorities in neighbouring districts will also find this event useful. Don't miss out as spaces will be limited so register now. 

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