Adapting for an Uncertain Future: A Conversation with Gemma Hyde

Adapting for an Uncertain Future: A Conversation with Gemma Hyde

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The ’20-minute Neighbourhood’ concept means creating places where most of people's daily needs can be met within a short walk or cycle.

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The ’20-minute Neighbourhood’ concept means creating places where most of people's daily needs can be met within a short walk or cycle.

https://www.tcpa.org.uk/the-20-minute-neighbourhood

Multiple benefits include:

- being more active

- improving mental and physical health

- traffic is reduced

- air quality improved

- local businesses thrive

- people see more of their neighbours = community & cooperation strengths

Gemma Hyde is Project and Policy Officer for Healthier Places at the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA), where she works to support the TCPA’s work on reuniting health with planning.

As part of a collaborative project between the TCPA and Sport England, Gemma supports places to create healthy, more active communities including through the 20-Minute Neighbourhood framework. Prior to joining the TCPA Gemma worked for a variety of local government and non-governmental organisations in planning and public health, including the National Childbirth Trust. She is very interested in place-making for babies, toddlers and their caregivers, and is happiest when in Suffolk!

As part of our interview series "Adapting for an Uncertain Future".

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