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©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia Tasmania the Healthiest State by 2025 Tasmania the healthiest population in Australia by 2025 Liberal Party pre-election policy Hobart a city that builds strong & healthy communities by 2025 Hobart City Council 2025 vision A 10% reduction in physical inactivity by 2025 World Health Organisation
©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia Tasmania the Healthiest State by 2025 That’s only 10 years away ‘We've got five years, that's all we've got’ David Bowie But we’ve got 10 years Do we have 10 years?
©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia Tasmania has the biggest health improvement challenge TasmaniaAustralia % with CVD28.021.5 % with hypertension40.931.6 % with high cholesterol39.432.8 % overweight/obese64.762.8 % smoke21.718.0 % insufficiently active59.557.0
©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia What are we going to do about it?
©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia We shape our cities thereafter they shape us from: ‘We shape our buildings, thereafter they shape us’ (Winston Churchill) The built environment will be a major determinant for improving health and wellbeing by 2025. Health and wellbeing must be embedded into activities of government and councils.
©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia Why are we doing our spaces and places so badly?
©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia What are we dealing with? Indicators of unhealthy spaces and places –pollution –dangerous –obesity –crime –inactivity –social isolation
©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia The built environment vision for 2025
©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia Change policy priorities? CarsWalking Goods transportCycling Public transport CyclingGoods transport WalkingCars
©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia Policy settings for healthy spaces and places Active living Active travel Compact cities Mixed density housing range life cycle Mixed use compatible mix of uses Public open space Healthy food access Buildings siting and design that encourages physical activity
©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia State Policy for Healthy Spaces and Places State Policies and Projects Act 1993 Made after consultative public processes and rigorous assessment process Parliament sets the policy agenda Aspirational Binds Crown and councils
©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia State Policies Schematic construction
©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia Options for intervening in the built environment Do nothing Planning directive Government (small p) policy Advocacy – another aspect of business as usual State Policy
©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia Do we have 10 years?
©2014 National Heart Foundation of Australia Contacts Graeme.Lynch@heartfoundation.org.au Rob.Nolan@heartfoundation.org.au
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