Putting Health into Place (PHIP) was a combined project between the Town and Country Planning Association, The King’s Fund, The Young Foundation, PA Consulting and Public Health England, for NHS England.
The four reports explored the health and well being lessons learnt from the NHS England Healthy New Towns programme, launched in 2015.
The purpose of the reports is to provide future developers, health organisations and government bodies a tool kit of ‘how-to’ best practices when developing new communities and housing.
Working with photographer Mike Ellis, we visited the ten Healthy New Town demonstrator sites to document some of the key people in the project, and their success stories.
From urban planners, school students, health professionals, community workers and local residents, we put together ten feature stories to illustrate the ten principles of PHIP.
- The project
- Editorial design