Planners 'should collaborate more with health and social care professionals', says RTPI

Planners should collaborate more with health and social care professionals on the design and planning of new developments to achieve "healthy placemaking", according to a new report by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI).

by David Blackman
Healthy communities (pic: Tejvan Pettinger, Flickr)
Healthy communities (pic: Tejvan Pettinger, Flickr)

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