Programme for Healthy City Design 2019


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Session 15: Day 2, Opening keynotes – Arts and health in the city


Chaired by Sunand Prasad, Penoyre & Prasad, UK
Location: Wolfson Theatre

08:55am
Welcome and introduction
Speakers:
Sunand Prasad PPRIBA, UK Green Building Council; Penoyre & Prasad, UK
09:00am
Keynote address: Creative cities: the importance of arts, culture and community to population health
Speakers:
Dr Daisy Fancourt PhD, Senior research associate, University College London, UK
09:30am
Keynote address: Music, health and the city: a utopian vision
Speakers:
Dr Julia Jones, CEO, Found in Music / Author, The Music Diet, UK
10:00am
Panel discussion
10:15am
Coffee, poster gallery and exhibition

Session 16: Designing for planetary health


Chaired by Carolyn Daher, Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), Spain
Location: Wolfson Theatre

10:45am
Rapid assessment of the environmental and health impacts of city sustainability policies
Speakers:
James Milner, Assistant professor, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK
11:05am
A framework to encompass coastal flooding and mental health under present and future climate change
Speakers:
Caroline Anitha Devadason, Public health consultant, Johns Hopkins University, USA
11:25am
Post-waste landscapes: design principles for a paradigm shift
Speakers:
Eleni Gklinou, Urban designer, Grimshaw Architects, UK
11:45am
Health systems on Mars? Sustainable development designing for people, place and planet
Speakers:
Alice Liang, Principal, Montgomery Sisam Architects, Canada
Karine Quigley, Intern architect, Montgomery Sisam Architects, Canada
12:05pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
Lunch, poster gallery and exhibition

Session 17: Climate change, urban health & green infrastructure


Chaired by Janet Sutherland, The Academy of Urbanism, UK
Location: Wolfson Theatre

02:00pm
Healthcare’s climate footprint: how the health sector contributes to the global climate crisis and opportunities for action
Speakers:
Kristian Steele, Senior Consultant, Arup, UK
02:20pm
Valuing urban green infrastructure: a tool to level the playing field
Speakers:
John Haxworth, Landscape planner, Barton Willmore, UK
Caroline Vexler, Analyst, Vivid Economics, UK
02:40pm
Restorative values and cognition ability improvement effects of man-made park in downtown Hong Kong
Speakers:
Luyao Xiang, PhD candidate, Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
03:00pm
How community-focused systems are addressing urban-global issues
Speakers:
Blake Jackson, Sustainable design leader, Stantec, USA
03:20pm
Panel discussion
03:45pm
Coffee, poster gallery and exhibition

Session 18: Global responses to urban air quality


Chaired by Dr Audrey de Nazelle, Imperial College London, UK
Location: Wolfson Theatre

04:15pm
The Clean Air Hospital Framework (CAHF): a health-sector response to tackling air pollution
Speakers:
Larissa Lockwood, Head of health and air quality, Global Action Plan, UK
Nick Martin, Head of sustainability and environmental management, Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, UK
04:35pm
Air quality in the built environment: a national and global perspective
Speakers:
Catriona Brady, Head of Better Places for People, World Green Building Council, UK
Sophia Cox, Sustainability advisor, UK Green Building Council, UK
04:55pm
Panel discussion

Session 19: Closing plenary


Chaired by Jeremy Myerson, Royal College of Art, UK
Location: Wolfson Theatre

05:10pm
Panel debate: Designing the healthy city – is utopia possible? Is dystopia inevitable?
Speakers:
Panel: Rachel Cooper, Professor of Design Management and Policy, Lancaster University, UK
Sunand Prasad, Senior partner, Penoyre & Prasad, UK
Giselle Sebag, Urban planning consultant, Bloomberg Associates, USA
Mark W Johnson, Founding principal, Civitas, USA
Sue Morgan, Director of architecture and built environment, Design Council, UK
05:45pm
Close

Session 20: Modern visions of the garden city


Chaired by Marcus Grant, Cities & Health, UK
Location: Dorchester Library

10:45am
A new vision for Letchworth Garden City
Speakers:
Sarah Wigglesworth, Director, Sarah Wigglesworth Architects, UK
11:00am
Gardenia: reimagining the garden city
Speakers:
Robert Delius, Divisional director, Stride Treglown, UK
11:15am
Nostalgia or utopia? The role of garden villages in delivering healthy communities
Speakers:
Geraint Hughes, Director, NEW masterplanning, UK
Andy Ward, Director, NEW masterplanning, UK
11:30am
A systemic approach to healthy placemaking: reimagining the garden city
Speakers:
Prachi Rampuria, EcoResponsive Environments, UK
11:45am
Growing together: a productive framework for a circular garden city
Speakers:
Rolf Nielsen, Partner, architect, C.F. Moller Architects, UK
12:00pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
Lunch, poster gallery and exhibition

Lunchtime workshop: Taking action towards transdisciplinary partnership


Chaired by Michael Chang, Co-founder, Health and Wellbeing in Planning Network (HiP Network), UK
Location: Dorchester Library
Sponsored by:

12:40pm
Taking action towards transdisciplinary partnership working for planning inclusive and healthy places
Speakers:
Panel: Rachel Flowers, Director of public health, Croydon Council; Co-founder, HiP Network, UK
Gemma McKinnon, Public health officer – planning, Warwickshire CC; Co-founder, HiP Network, UK
Paul Southon, Chair, Faculty of Public Health, Healthy Spatial Planning Special Interest Group, UK
Charlotte Morphet, Principal policy planner, Waltham Forest Council; Co-founder, Women in Planning Network, UK
Irene Beautyman, Planning for Place programme manager, Improvement Service Scotland, UK
Liz Green, Programme director for health impact assessment, Public Health Wales, UKStream

Session 21: Urbanisation, active living and placemaking


Chaired by Steven Ware, Art & Build, France
Location: Dorchester Library

02:00pm
Challenges to providing active living infrastructure in England & Jamaica: a qualitative comparison
Speakers:
Anna Le Gouais, PhD researcher, University of Cambridge, UK
02:20pm
Health & wellbeing as a catalyst for whole-systems, place-based design
Speakers:
Paul Simkins, Associate, Arup, UK
02:40pm
Madinat al Irfan: a case study for the New Urban Agenda
Speakers:
Nicholas Choy, Associate, Allies and Morrison, UK
03:00pm
Creating a sense of place through placemaking
Speakers:
Peter Ellery, Senior advisor, National Wellness Institute, USA
Jane Ellery, Assistant professor, Ball State University, USA
03:20pm
Panel discussion
03:45pm
Coffee, poster gallery and exhibition

Session 22: Design for the public realm


Chaired by Tarsha Finney, Royal College of Art, UK
Location: Dorchester Library

04:15pm
The Nighttime Design Initiative
Speakers:
Joana Mendo, Architect and lighting designer, Joana Mendo | Lighting Design, Germany
Leni Schwendinger, Creative director and consultant, NightSeeing, USA
04:35pm
Designing for active lives: contextualising toilet provision
Speakers:
Gail Ramster, Senior research associate, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art, UK
Dr Jo-Anne Bichard, Senior research fellow, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art, UK
04:55pm
Panel discussion

Session 23: Community-based healthcare


Chaired by Adrian Powell, NHS Property Services, UK
Location: Council Chamber

10:00am
Developing model communities
Speakers:
John Cooper, Director, JCA, UK
Richard Darch, CEO, Archus, UK
11:05am
The therapeutic landscape
Speakers:
Lucy Brittain, Architect and partner, Cullinan Studio, UK
11:25am
Physical, mental and civic health: suburban intensification and integration
Speakers:
Kathryn Firth, Urban design director, NBBJ, USA
David Lewis, Partner, NBBJ, UK
11:45am
Healthcare in the urban habitat
Speakers:
Andrew Irvine, Senior principal, Stantec – Architecture, USA
12:05pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
Lunch, poster gallery and exhibition

Lunchtime interactive panel discussion: Designing the healthy city from the inside-out


Chaired by Eve A Edelstein, Co-founder, Clinicians for Design; research director, HxLab Perkins&Will, USA
Location: Council Chamber
Sponsored by:

12:40pm
Designing the healthy city from the inside-out: measuring the impact of places on people
Speakers:
Panel: Emma F Stockton, Consultant paediatric anaesthetist, Great Ormond Street Hospital, UK
Gerry Tierney, Associate principal, co-director, P+W Mobility Lab, Perkins&Will, USA
Peter Baird, Associate, Perkins&Will, UKAndrea Imaz, Senior urban designer, Perkins&Will, UK

Session 24: Designing for children


Chaired by Sue Morgan, Design Council, UK
Location: Council Chamber

02:00pm
Child obesity and the built environment
Speakers:
Jessica Attard, Portfolio manager, Guy’s & St Thomas’ Charity, UK
Kieron Boyle, CEO, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity, UK
02:20pm
School Superzones: creating healthier and safer places for children to live, learn and play
Speakers:
Katie Hunter, Public health specialist, GLA, UK
Jin Lim, Deputy director of public health, Southwark Council, UK
Michael Chang, Programme manager – planning and health, Public Health England, UK
02:40pm
Exploring children’s needs of natural elements in the school environment under hot desert conditions
Speakers:
Tasneem Bakri, Architectural engineer, Alpin, UAE University
03:00pm
Paving the way for neighbourhood play
Speakers:
Dr Janet Loebach, Assistant Prof., Cornell University, USA
03:20pm
Panel discussion
03:45pm
Coffee, poster gallery and exhibition

Session 25: Designing for ageing


Chaired by Hugh Barton, WHO Collaborating Centre, University of West England, UK
Location: Council Chamber

04:15pm
Homes4Life: certification for investment in ageing in place
Speakers:
Menno Hinkema, Senior researcher and consultant, TNO, Netherlands
04:35pm
The potential for intergenerational living
Speakers:
Roland Karthaus, Director, Matter Architecture, UK
Anthony Hu, Architect, Matter Architecture, UK
04:55pm
Panel discussion

Session 26: Mobility and the urban realm


Chaired by Harry Knibb, WSP, UK
Location: Sloane Room

10:45am
A framework for integrated active travel in the future city
Speakers:
Cathy Russell, Urban designer, Ryder Architecture, UK
Dr Oliver Jones, Director of research, Ryder Architecture, UK
11:05am
Reclaiming the public realm: how evolving mobility could help reclaim our cities
Speakers:
Gerry Tierney, Associate principal, co-director, P&W Mobility Lab, Perkins&Will, USA
11:25am
Small Change, Big Impact
Speakers:
Andy Martin, Urban designer, Transport for London, UK
11:45am
Slow interchange and the quality of sharing in public and mobile spaces
Speakers:
Dan Phillips, Studio leader, Royal College of Art, UK
Artur Mausbach, Senior research fellow, Royal College of Art, UK
12:05pm
Panel discussion
12:30pm
Lunch, poster gallery and exhibition

Session 27: Designing and planning for active travel


Chaired by Oliver Jones, Ryder Architecture, UK
Location: Sloane Room

02:00pm
The walkable city
Speakers:
Snigdha Jain, Associate sustainability consultant, WSP, UK
02:20pm
What are city streets for? Bring back the “jaywalker”
Speakers:
Dr Bernd Steffensen, Professor, Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Robert F Cox PhD, Senior associate, Dean for Globalisation, Purdue University, USA
02:40pm
Inequalities in neighbourhood walkability for older adults
Speakers:
Dr Razieh Zandieh, Lecturer in Urban Design and Planning, University of Manchester, UK
03:00pm
What prevents city planners monetising the benefits of active travel through an online tool?
Speakers:
Christopher Billington, Public health specialist, Transport for London, UK
03:20pm
Panel discussion
03:45pm
Coffee, poster gallery and exhibition

Session 28: Urban mobility, behaviour and health


Chaired by Jim Chapman, Manchester School of Architecture, UK
Location: Sloane Room

03:30pm
Coffee, poster gallery and exhibition
04:15pm
Cognitive health and mobile navigation systems: the role of physical environment
Speakers:
Negar Ahmadpoor, Lecturer in Urban Planning and Design, Ulster University, UK
04:35pm
Comparative roles of urban form factors shaping walking behaviour to/from school
Speakers:
Ayse Ozbil Torun, Senior lecturer, Northumbria University, UK
04:55pm
Panel discussion