Planning and Health –
A Hertfordshire Perspective
Planning and Health – Putting health in its rightful Place
Wednesday 27t...
www.hertsdirect.org
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Decrease in net additional
homes completed (7%)

119% increase in approvals for
planning applications that
include gree...
Key Points

• At the start of a developmental journey
• 11 Authorities
• Green Belt issues
• Core Strategy
• Multi-agency ...
www.hertsdirect.org
Working

• Multi-tier area (County, District, Town/Parish)
• Cross-cutting issues
• Develop portfolio as one portfolio wor...
The Hertfordshire Public
Health Board

www.hertsdirect.org
Starting point
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TCPA – reuniting planning with health project Phase 2

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Links to three “hot topics” we need to work on...
TCPA

• Develop planning policy to tackle

three public health concerns facing
Hertfordshire:
– the prevalence of hot food...
Rationale

•

The provision of current and future healthcare
services and infrastructure

•

The removal of environmental ...
Ultimate aim: The Public Realm as a PH
Portfolio

• Planning
• Countryside as setting for PH
• Housing
• Environmental inf...
Quick Win: Smokefree Parks

www.hertsdirect.org
Quick Win: The 6 Levels of Public Health

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Biological

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Every PH report in
Hertfordshire going to
memb...
Hot Topic: Planning in Broxbourne

• Obesity in core strategy
• Planning approach to Obesity
– Children
– Adults

• Whole ...
Hot Topic: Alcohol

• Licensing issue
• Crosses 3 County portfolios and 10 Districts
• Police and Crime Commissioner
• New...
Hertfordshire Delivery Model

www.hertsdirect.org
Mainstreaming: Building Futures

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•

Building Futures is an evolving web-based guide,
designed to provide practical, use...
Building Futures is an evolving web-based guide, designed to provide
practical, user-friendly and up to date guidance for ...
www.hertsdirect.org

http://www.hertslink.org/buildingfutures/
Thank you!
Jim.mcmanus@hertfordshire.gov.uk

Conference
www.hertspublichealth.co.uk
E Learning portal
www.hertsdirect.org/...
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The Hertfordshire contribution to the Midlands and East Learning day on Spatial Planning and Public Health 27 November 2013

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  • Net completions fell by 7% to 3050 over the previous year and is lower than the long term average of 3550.
    Increase of 119% in approvals for renewables compared to last year. Majority of this rise is for solar panels.
  • Terry
    This slide shows our strategy at a glance. So you can see we have four priorities about WHAT we do and two about HOW we work together with agencies
    Also our building blocks – leadership development, skills, evidence. We’ve already started work on these with
    Beginning to reshape the JSNA and local area profiles
    And all this will be free of charge to partners
  • Jim
    Explain this delivery model of integrating public health approaches with commissioning and project delivery
  • HCC working in partnership with the districts to produce sustainable design guidance (Building Futures)
  • This is now all online and can be found at:
    www.hertslink.org/buildingfutures/
  • Urban and Spatial Planning and health 27 november

    1. 1. Planning and Health – A Hertfordshire Perspective Planning and Health – Putting health in its rightful Place Wednesday 27th November 2013 Jim McManus Director of Public Health Peter Wright Health Improvement Principal www.hertsdirect.org
    2. 2. www.hertsdirect.org
    3. 3. • Decrease in net additional homes completed (7%) 119% increase in approvals for planning applications that include green technology Hertfordshire Annual Dwelling Completions 1991-2012 5000 4500 Net Additional Dwellings 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 Ye ar to 31st M arch Source: Hertfordshire Joint Monitoring System www.hertsdirect.org 2 20 1 20 11 20 10 20 09 00 8 2 20 07 20 06 20 05 20 04 20 03 20 02 20 01 20 00 19 99 19 98 19 97 19 96 19 95 19 94 19 93 19 92 0 19 91 •
    4. 4. Key Points • At the start of a developmental journey • 11 Authorities • Green Belt issues • Core Strategy • Multi-agency approach in development • TCPA work • PH Strategy approved www.hertsdirect.org
    5. 5. www.hertsdirect.org
    6. 6. Working • Multi-tier area (County, District, Town/Parish) • Cross-cutting issues • Develop portfolio as one portfolio working • • • across tiers and topics Complex issue of Green Belt Embed into PH Strategy Mainstream PH approach across various players www.hertsdirect.org
    7. 7. The Hertfordshire Public Health Board www.hertsdirect.org
    8. 8. Starting point • TCPA – reuniting planning with health project Phase 2 • Links to three “hot topics” we need to work on in Herts and some “obvious” quick wins • Herts briefing here • Herts alcohol and planning stuff here • http://www.tcpa.org.uk/data/files/Health_and_planning/He alth_Phase_2/McMANUS.pdf http://www.tcpa.org.uk/data/files/Health_and_planning/Health_Phase_2/TCPA_FI NAL_Hertfordshire_briefing_ONLY.pdf www.hertsdirect.org
    9. 9. TCPA • Develop planning policy to tackle three public health concerns facing Hertfordshire: – the prevalence of hot food takeaways, – alcohol consumption – and access to high quality green spaces www.hertsdirect.org
    10. 10. Rationale • The provision of current and future healthcare services and infrastructure • The removal of environmental “things” which negatively affect human health • The provision of those things which have positive impact on human health • Building and embedding a culture of Public Health approaches across Hertfordshire • Quick Wins www.hertsdirect.org
    11. 11. Ultimate aim: The Public Realm as a PH Portfolio • Planning • Countryside as setting for PH • Housing • Environmental infrastructure • Tobacco Control (smoke free playgrounds) • Sustainability • Safety (20mph limits scrutiny) www.hertsdirect.org
    12. 12. Quick Win: Smokefree Parks www.hertsdirect.org
    13. 13. Quick Win: The 6 Levels of Public Health 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Biological • Every PH report in Hertfordshire going to members now uses these levels • Articulates who should do what • Enables focus and action Behavioural Social (interpersonal) Legislative / Political Environmental Structural www.hertsdirect.org
    14. 14. Hot Topic: Planning in Broxbourne • Obesity in core strategy • Planning approach to Obesity – Children – Adults • Whole System Obesity Pilot for Herts • Sustainable Community Strategy and Core Strategy has Health Ambitions • Inputs into Herts Quality of Life report www.hertsdirect.org
    15. 15. Hot Topic: Alcohol • Licensing issue • Crosses 3 County portfolios and 10 Districts • Police and Crime Commissioner • New governance workshop • New Strategy, New Governance, New Approach • Inputs into Herts Quality of Life report www.hertsdirect.org
    16. 16. Hertfordshire Delivery Model www.hertsdirect.org
    17. 17. Mainstreaming: Building Futures • • Building Futures is an evolving web-based guide, designed to provide practical, user-friendly and up to date guidance for planning officers, developers and the general public on how to make development in Hertfordshire more sustainable and of a higher quality in design terms. eleven local authorities of Hertfordshire create a guide relevant to the Hertfordshire context, rather than metropolitan locations, which most central government guidance tends to focus on. www.hertsdirect.org http://www.hertslink.org/buildingfutures/
    18. 18. Building Futures is an evolving web-based guide, designed to provide practical, user-friendly and up to date guidance for planning officers, developers and the general public on how to make development in Hertfordshire more sustainable and of a higher quality in design terms. The intention of the eleven local authorities of Hertfordshire has been to create a guide which is relevant to the Hertfordshire context, rather than metropolitan locations, which most central government guidance tends to focus on. http://www.hertslink.org/buildingfutures/ www.hertsdirect.org
    19. 19. www.hertsdirect.org http://www.hertslink.org/buildingfutures/
    20. 20. Thank you! Jim.mcmanus@hertfordshire.gov.uk Conference www.hertspublichealth.co.uk E Learning portal www.hertsdirect.org/phelearn www.hertsdirect.org

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