Upcoming Event: Health and Wellbeing in Homes in Manchester

26 September 2016
Upcoming Event: Health and Wellbeing in Homes in Manchester

 

 

In partnership with PRP and UK-GBC, The Housing Forum will discuss the benefits of homes designed for health and well-being on 10th October in Manchester. Following the successful launch of UK-GBC’s “Health and Wellbeing in Homes” report earlier this year, this event will provide an overview of the evidence linking design features in the home and neighbourhood to better health and wellbeing outcomes for residents.

 

The report seeks to inspire designers and developers and landlords of both new and refurbished homes to push for healthier homes and attempts to define what makes a healthy home and neighbourhood.  

 

The event will also feature a session on “Taking charge together“, which talks about how the plans are being shaped for health and well-being in Greater Manchester following the devolution for health, social care and local government.

 

Places are limited, so please register your interest in the event by email to Charlotta.Andresson@housingforum.org.uk by Friday 30th September.

 

Find event details and programme below. 

Date:

Monday 10 October

Time:

10:30 – 13:00

Venue:

Friends’ Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, Manchester M2 5NS

 

Programme

10:30

Coffee and registration

11:00

Introduction by Shelagh Grant

11:15

Key findings from Health and Wellbeing in Homes report by Jo Wheeler, UK-GBC, and Marylis Ramos, PRP

11:30

The value of healthy homes by Stacey Temprell, Saint-Gobain

11:40

Taking charge together – Presentation on Health and Housing issues by Greater Manchester

12:00

Panel discussion and Q&A

12:30

Networking and Lunch

13:00

Event close

 

Speakers

Chair: Shelagh Grant, Chief Executive, The Housing Forum

Jo Wheeler, Senior Sustainability Advisor, UK-GBC

Marylis Ramos, Director, PRP

Stacey Temprell, Residential Sector Director, Saint-Gobain UK and Ireland

Speaker, Manchester City Council