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Centre for Urban Design and Mental Health London Dialogue

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Here are the slides for all presentations from the UD/MH London Dialogue on 23rd February 2016 at the Wellcome Trust in London.

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Centre for Urban Design and Mental Health London Dialogue

  1. 1. THE LONDON DIALOGUE LONDON FEBRUARY 2016 @urbandesignmh #udmhlondonurbandesignmentalhealth.com
  2. 2. PLAN INTRODUCTION AND JOURNAL LAUNCH LAYLA McCAY SMART DESIGN FROM THE HOSPITAL TO THE STREETS WENDY DE SILVA DRIVING BETTER MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH TRANSPORTATION LUCY SAUNDERS PLACEMAKING FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING GRAHAM MARSHALL URBAN DESIGN FOR PUBLIC MENTAL HEALTH DINESH BHUGRA THE GLOBAL DIALOGUE ON URBAN DESIGN AND MENTAL HEALTH GEORGINA HOSANG QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION 30 seconds TO PITCH YOUR EVENT/CALL FOR COLLABORATORS NETWORKING RECEPTION #udmhlondon
  3. 3. INCREASING, SHARING AND SHOWCASING RESEARCH AND IDEAS HOSTING INTERDISCIPLINARY DIALOGUES AROUND THE WORLD PROMOTING GOOD POLICIES AND PRACTICAL ACTION FOR MENTAL HEALTH IN CITYMAKING DEVELOPING AN INTERDISCIPLINARY EXPERT COMMUNITY #udmhlondon @urbandesignmh urbandesignmentalhealth.com How can we build better mental health into our cities? SOCIAL SPACE GREEN SPACE ACTIVE SPACE SAFE SPACE ENGAGING SPACE
  4. 4. @urbandesignmh #udmhlondon Mental health, urban design + • Planning principles • Transport • Urban beauty • Dementia • New research tools eg smartphones • Case studies LAUNCHED TODAY www.urbandesignmentalhealth.com/jo urnal1.html
  5. 5. #udmhlondon @urbandesignmh urbandesignmentalhealth.com PREVIOUS DIALOGUE: WASHINGTON DC, JUNE 2015 NEXT DIALOGUE: TOKYO, AUTUMN 2016 YONETTE THOMAS Association of American Geographers Mental health is missing from global discussions on urban health SARA HAMMERSCHMIDT Urban Land Institute Building Healthy Places toolkit: green space, transport, safety, social ROBERT ZARR Paediatrician Prescribing parks over pills for children’s mental health JAMIE HUFFCUT Gensler Choice, control, safety, nature, access, walkability CHRIS HAMILTON Active Transport for Cities Public and active transit for better places
  6. 6. WENDY DE SILVA Architect and Mental Health Lead for the Design and Technology Practice, IBI Group SMART DESIGN FROM THE HOSPITAL TO THE STREETS #udmhlondon
  7. 7. Recovery is not what services do to or for people Recovery is what people experience themselves as they become empowered to manage their mental illness in a manner that allows them to achieve a meaningful and positive sense of belonging to their community. National Institute for Mental Health in England (NIMHE) guiding statement on recovery RECOVERY MODEL OF CARE Wendy de Silva IBI Group
  8. 8. KINGFISHER COURT – FOYER
  9. 9. FREE ACCESS TO GARDENS AND VIEWS OUT
  10. 10. SAFETY, INTEREST, INCIDENT
  11. 11. HORTICULTURE AND EXCERCISE
  12. 12. PLAN – VILLAGE MODEL
  13. 13. GOOD CONNECTIONS
  14. 14. SMART CITY – Bhubaneswar - India wendy.desilva@ibigroup.com www.ibigroup.com
  15. 15. LUCY SAUNDERS Transport for London DRIVING BETTER MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH TRANSPORTATION: the Healthy Streets approach #udmhlondon @LE_Saunders
  16. 16. The Healthy Streets approach Lucy Saunders FFPH Public Health Specialist – Transport & Public Realm
  17. 17. 17 More than 2 million Londoners need to build some walking or cycling into their daily routine. London’s transport & streets keep people active 4 in 10 adults 7 in 10 children in London are not active enough
  18. 18. Photo: E Kramer
  19. 19. London’s transport & streets are central to good health
  20. 20. We can only get more people walking and cycling more often if we change the look and feel of our streets. Streets need to feel welcoming places to be, that means tackling air pollution, noise and road danger too. 10 indicators of a Healthy Street
  21. 21. Londoners expect the streets to be healthier
  22. 22. lucysaunders@tfl.gov.uk
  23. 23. GRAHAM MARSHALL Prosocial Place and University of Liverpool PLACEMAKING FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING #udmhlondon @prosocialplace
  24. 24. £5k Public Realm Strategy g.marshall@prosocialplace.co.uk | @prosocialplace UD/MH–theLondondialogue Placemakingformentalhealth&wellbeing
  25. 25. The Grand Gathering g.marshall@prosocialplace.co.uk | @prosocialplace UD/MH–theLondondialogue Placemakingformentalhealth&wellbeing
  26. 26. VIBRANT MARKETS NO FOCUS Community Preceptions g.marshall@prosocialplace.co.uk | @prosocialplace UD/MH–theLondondialogue PARKING ISSUES POOR IMAGE LACKS IDENTITY PEAK AND RIVER TOURIST HUB POTENTIAL ECONOMIC CONCERNS LEGIBLE? Placemakingformentalhealth&wellbeing
  27. 27. Social Sustainability UD/MH–theLondondialogue STEWARDSHIP ASSETS WHATISTHETIPPINGPOINT? PROSOCIAL SOCIAL g.marshall@prosocialplace.co.uk | @prosocialplace ANTOSOCIAL Ancient Capital of the Peak PRINCIPAL MARKET TOWN Centre of the National Park Placemakingformentalhealth&wellbeing
  28. 28. Key to Improvement? g.marshall@prosocialplace.co.uk | @prosocialplace UD/MH–theLondondialogue SHARED VISION Stewardship plan to guide cooperative thinking & working CENTRAL FOCUS Public spaces Rutland Square Market RECLAIM PUBLIC REALM Reduce traffic Parking management Pedestrian friendly Reduce clutter CAPITALISE HERITAGE & ENVIRONMENT ASSETS Placemakingformentalhealth&wellbeing
  29. 29. The Gatherings g.marshall@prosocialplace.co.uk | @prosocialplace UD/MH–theLondondialogue BAKEWELL A PUBLIC REALM STRATEGY Placemakingformentalhealth&wellbeing
  30. 30. DINESH BHUGRA Professor, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London President, World Psychiatric Association URBAN DESIGN FOR MENTAL HEALTH #udmhlondon @dineshbhugra
  31. 31. GEORGINA HOSANG Lecturer, Goldsmiths, University of London Lead, LondonMood Project THE GLOBAL DIALOGUE ON URBAN DESIGN AND MENTAL HEALTH #udmhlondon @DrHosang
  32. 32. The Global Dialogue on Urban Design & Mental Health Dr Georgina Hosang Goldsmiths, University of London g.hosang@gold.ac.uk @DrHosang
  33. 33. Overview •Habitat III •Urban Thinkers Campus •Mental Health Session •Documents •Thoughts
  34. 34. UN Habitat III conference Housing & Sustainable Urban Development Political commitment Assess progress New challenges Document (policies & strategies)
  35. 35. http://www.thriveurban.info/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/S06-A-Campaign-to-Change-our- URBAN-FUTURE.pdf
  36. 36. Sessions Place-making Integrated decision making Transportation Pollution Attendees Academics Governmental representatives NGOs Local authorities Documents Consultation on the City We Need Document Reports on moderated sessions Knowledge Gaps HEALTH & WELLBEING
  37. 37. Documents http://www.thriveurban.info/wp- content/uploads/2016/01/UNU-IIGH- Principles-for-Healthy-and- Sustainable-Places.pdf
  38. 38. Documents http://unhabitat.org/the-future-we-want-the-city-we-need/
  39. 39. Thoughts & what next….. • Issues to promote mental health and well-being considered but under other issues • Place for mental health….. • Policies on mental health
  40. 40. DISCUSSION #udmhlondon
  41. 41. HAPPENINGS IN URBAN DESIGN AND MENTAL HEALTH 30 second audience pitches #udmhlondon • Conscious Cities: Neuroscience and Architecture Conference • Who: Museum of Architecture and THECUBE • Details: 1st March, 9-6, £150-200, Arup, London • Impact of Urban Design on the Visual Spectacle and Tactile Texture of Place • Who: ARCC network and the Feeling Good Foundation • Details: 29th February, 5:30-8, free, LDA Design, London

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