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Movement for Liveable London Street Talks - Adrian Voce 6th December 2011

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December 2011 Street Talks - The word from the street. Adrian Voce OBE. Brought to you by Movement for Liveable London - movementforliveablelondon.com

December 2011 Street Talks - The word from the street. Adrian Voce OBE. Brought to you by Movement for Liveable London - movementforliveablelondon.com

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  • 1. Adrian VoceReclaiming streets for play
  • 2. It keeps them off the streets…Why and how to reclaim London’s streets for play Adrian Voce OBE www.policyforplay.com
  • 3. Just child’s play…• Physical health• Emotional growth• Mental health and well-being• Motor-skills• Speech• Creativity• Acquisition of social and behavioural skills• Intellectual and educational development• Survival of species… Play for a Change, University of Gloucestershire (Play England)
  • 4. Four generationsof the Thomasfamily. Natural England, 2007
  • 5. Decline in outdoor playSome estimate that children have less than 10 per cent ofthe space to play compared to even 30 years agoMayer-Hillman Study71% of adults report to have played in the street or areanear their home everyday when they were a child. Thiscompares to only 21% of children today.ICM poll for Playday 2007
  • 6. Past Present Future?
  • 7. Skylarks and canaries
  • 8. homezones.org.uk playingout.netlondonplay.org.uk sustrans.org.uk livingstreets.org.uk playengland.org.uk policyforplay.com @adevoce

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