Age Friendly Places and Lifetime Homes

Report on town planning by RTPI for people with dementia [Jan 17]

Creating age-friendly cities. Useful research brief from Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology [Oct 16]

A practical report on street design produced by Care & Repair England as a result of work with the Manchester Age Friendly Design Group [Sept 16]

Age Friendly Places guide, Age UK [2016]

The House of Lords Select Committee on National Policy for the Built Environment report summarising its findings, Building Better Places [Feb 16]

An online toolkit Towards Accessible Housing from Habinteg and the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) to help make accessible housing a national planning priority [2015 and regularly updated]

Inclusive design about Getting out of Doors [2014]

UK Network of age friendly cities run by the Centre for Ageing Better click here

Creating Age Friendly Places is a detailed report linked to the UK Urban Ageing Consortium [2013]

Lifetime Homes, Lifetime Neighbourhoods National Strategy for Housing in an Ageing Society is the national government strategy created by the previous administration in 20018 but contains a great deal of useful information about housing and support and it has not yet been replaced [Dec 08]

The World Health Organisation has an easy to follow checklist of the key qualities for an age friendly city in its Global Age Friendly City guide published in 2007.