Healthy Streets Everyday Launch23rd July 2019 / Posted by Jay Chauhan
On 9 July CRP launched Healthy Streets Everyday with a meeting attended by over 20 key partners, including 16 London Local Authorities, who are set to be involved in the three year Mayor’s Air Quality Funded project.
Hosted by the University of Westminster, the launch consisted of a series of talks by the University’s Dr. Rachel Aldred, as well as the Greater London Authority’s Poppy Lyle, the London Borough of Hackney’s Tyler Linton and Transport for London’s Kerry Meehan. The topics of these talks focussed on monitoring, communications, funding, key definitions and plans for Car Free Day on 22 September 2019.
In addition, Doolin O’Reilly from London Borough of Hackney delivered a workshop that shared Hackney’s experiences of delivering play streets.
To find out more about the Healthy Streets Everyday project, read about the project here or contact CRP’s Susannah Wilks.