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Reuniting health with planning: healthier homes, healthier communities

Posted on: 31 July 2012
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The Town & Country Planning Association has published a handbook, the first of its kind since the Government set out a radical reform agenda across the planning and health sectors, including a requirement on planners to work with public health organisations, and a new public health responsibility for local authorities. It explains the relevance of these reforms for health and planning, and gives planners and public health practitioners ideas for how they can work together. The handbook aims to keep the importance of integrated working, specifically between planning and health, on the agenda. Using case studies from around England, it explores how places are using this time of change to push forward their intention to integrate their work across both sectors.  A series of regional seminars are being held as part of the launch of the handbook. The handbook, case studies and event presentations are available online.

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