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Speakers for Healthy Cities


Our Healthy Cities forum takes place at Siemens' Crystal Building, Royal Victoria Docks in London on the 9th October. Please read our line up of speakers below

FUTURE HEALTHY CITIES

Our opening panel will discuss how well-designed public realm encourages healthy living, the need for a new Health Act, health technology innovations and research into combatting infectious diseases:

Patrik Schumacher, Principal, Zaha Hadid Architects

Paul Lincoln, Chief Executive, The UK Health Forum

Brian Pomering, Health Consulting Lead Partner, PwC

Professor Michael Jarvis, Plymouth University

TRANSPORT AND HEALTH

A panel in which strategies are suggested to enhance sustainable transport for future cities while respecting the pedestrian and cyclist, the value of short-term trials to change behaviour around car use, London Borough Newham as a model of transport connectedness and also cyber threat to transportation around city ports

Lilli Matson, Head of Strategy, Transport for London

Susan Claris, Transport Specialist, Arup

Emma Bradshaw, Infrastructure and Public Sector, EY

Robin Cooper, Head of Regeneration, London Borough of Newham

Professor Kevin Jones, Executive Dean, Faculty of Science & Engineering, Plymouth University

HEALTHY HOUSING AND THE WORK PLACE

A debate on the latest approaches which prioritise health and well-being in housing developments and the work place, and demonstrate social and economic benefits. There will also be discussion on sustainable and high-value construction methods.

John Lewis, Executive Director (Thamesmead), Peabody Trust

Philip Watson, Design Director, Atkins

Simon Walker, Health and Safety Director, Mount Anvil Ltd

Andy Szyman, Head of Sustainability, BMO Real Estate Partners

INNOVATIONS IN HOSPITAL DESIGN AND PUBLIC HEALTH

This discussion gives a focus to the importance of innovative hospital design and patient experience as well as public health needing to be about much more than minimising risk.

Trystan Hawkins, Director of Patient Environment, CW+ / Chelsea and Westminster NHS Trust

Alan Higgins, Director of Public Health, Oldham Council (Greater Manchester Public Health Network, “healthy places” lead)

Ged Couser, Healthcare Principal, BDP

Professor Antony Morgan, Dean and Professor in Public Health, GCU London

PUBLIC REALM, ART AND GREEN SPACE FOR URBAN LIVING

Our final panel looks at the importance of art in public realm, ensuring biodiversity is a priority for cities and Healthy New Town design

Jonathan Ellis, Managing Director, Hamilton Court Developments

David Cope, Director of Strategy & External Affairs, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew

Rachel Toms, Design Council (seconded to NHS England's Healthy New Towns programme)

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