Swiss NCD strategy: Model projects - sustainable spatial development
ISPAH ePoster Library. Keller F. 10/15/18; 225063; 57
Fabienne Keller
Fabienne Keller
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Abstract The initiative “Model Project — Sustainable Spatial Development 2014–2018” promotes physical activity in urban and regional planning. Since 2014 eight federal agencies have been working together supporting the third generation of Model Projects, nine of them focusing on enhancing the development of free spaces in suburban areas, where 75% of the population lives. One such project is located in Sursee, where 17 communities have committed themselves to promoting open spaces as places for physical activity. This is part of the regional urban planning strategy with a special focus on seniors and young people. The method and the key results of the conducted social space analysis will be discussed in this contribution, as well as insights concerning the regional free space development concept.In summer 2018 the third generation of pilot-projects will be evaluated. On the basis of those results and further reporting regarding the development of free spaces, we would like to discuss aspects of quality and process as well as future health related foci.
Abstract The initiative “Model Project — Sustainable Spatial Development 2014–2018” promotes physical activity in urban and regional planning. Since 2014 eight federal agencies have been working together supporting the third generation of Model Projects, nine of them focusing on enhancing the development of free spaces in suburban areas, where 75% of the population lives. One such project is located in Sursee, where 17 communities have committed themselves to promoting open spaces as places for physical activity. This is part of the regional urban planning strategy with a special focus on seniors and young people. The method and the key results of the conducted social space analysis will be discussed in this contribution, as well as insights concerning the regional free space development concept.In summer 2018 the third generation of pilot-projects will be evaluated. On the basis of those results and further reporting regarding the development of free spaces, we would like to discuss aspects of quality and process as well as future health related foci.
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