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19.08.2016

DfT Consultation on Integrated Transport Block Funding. | 2013

Living Streets response to DfT Consultation on Integrated Transport Block Funding.

19.08.2016

DfT on Traffic Signs Policy review | 2013

Living Streets' response to DfT on Traffic Signs Policy review

19.08.2016

ICE State of the Nation - Call for evidence | 2013

Living Streets response to ICE State of the Nation - Call for evidence

19.08.2016

NICE guidance on air pollution | 2013

Living Streets' response to NICE guidance on air pollution

19.08.2016

Consultation on Active Travel (Wales) Bill | 2013

Living Streets Response to the Enterprise and Business Committee Consultation on Active Travel (Wales) Bill

19.08.2016

Farrell Review of Architecture and the Built Environment | 2013

Living Streets response to the Farrell Review of Architecture and the Built Environment

19.08.2016

Mayor's Planning Committee review of the role of London's town centres | 2013

Living Streets response to the Mayor's Planning Committee review of the role of London's town centres

19.08.2016

Proposed sustainable development strategy for the health, public health and social care system | 2013

Living Streets response to the proposed sustainable development strategy for the health, public health and social care system

27.10.2020

Highway Code 2020 Submission | 2020

05.10.2021

Submission to the Senedd’s Health and Social Care Committee on its priorities for the new Senedd term | 2021

Physical inactivity as a result of sedentary lifestyles is responsible for one in six deaths in the UK (which is on par with smoking) and is linked to over 20 chronic conditions and diseases. Yet, the average UK adult spends around nine hours a day sitting . If a person is inactive, walking is a good way to start becoming active. Walking for transport or leisure is not only healthy, but accessible, sociable, free, non-polluting and easily integrated into daily life. Our transport infrastructure impacts on our ability to choose walking, it is imperative that Welsh Government policy supports places to live, work and spend time that offer wellbeing, health and environmental benefit now and for future generations.