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Southampton tackles poor air quality and physical inactivity

As Southampton plans new development, it needs demonstrate improved health outcomes

Juliana O'Rourke
19 December 2017
The planned Royal Pier development in Southampton, a city which has plans to clean up its air quality through improved planning policies
The planned Royal Pier development in Southampton, a city which has plans to clean up its air quality through improved planning policies

 

Poor air quality and physical inactivity are the public health issues of our time. In political circles, we hear plenty of strategic posturing: the new £220m Clean Air Fund has been announced, although details are not yet forthcoming. Integrated transport and spatial planning is back on the agenda, this time to improve health, rather then economic, outcomes. In reality, a combination of appropriate measures is needed to get more people moving, and to do so in clearer air.

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