New 'healthy streets' data map for London aims to help planners ‘improve liveability’

A new mapping index that rates every street in London according to various health and wellbeing metrics can be used by planners to "improve equity and liveability" across the capital, according to the team behind the tool.

by Gavin McEwan
More and less healthy London streets - image: underscorestreets.com
More and less healthy London streets - image: underscorestreets.com

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