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Active by Design: designing places for healthier lives

Active by Design: designing places for healthier lives

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This guide, part of Design Council’s Active by Design campaign, looks at how the design of buildings and public spaces in cities and towns can lead to positive changes in our lifestyle and ultimately to greater levels of physical activity.

Our Active by Design initiative promotes the use of good design to encourage greater levels of daily physical activity and increase access to healthy and nutritious food. It is a response to an increasing health crisis caused by low levels of physical inactivity and poor diets that affects millions of people each year.

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