• Builds on the original Active Design published in 2007.
  • Supported by Public Health England.
  • Ten Principles inform the design and layout of cities, towns, villages, neighbourhoods, buildings, streets and open spaces to promote sport, physical activity and active lifestyle choices.
  • Case studies provide practical advice on delivering more active and healthier environments.
  • Shortlisted as a finalist in the 2016 RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence.