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Accessibility Planning & Social Inclusion
Making key activities more accessible to the people who need to use them has become an increasingly important national and local policy objective since the Social Exclusion Report: Making The Connection' set out the Government's strategy for improving access to jobs and key services to reduce social exclusion.

Date Of Conference: 10/28/2003

The report identified 37 key policies for accessibility planning; improved transport services; land use planning; safer streets; access to work; access to learning; access to healthcare and access to food shops. This conference provides a unique opportunity to bring together people from the different relevant disciplines who are working together to improve 'accessibility' from a modelling, planning and implementation.

Speakers include:
Prof Peter Jones; University of Westminster; Ben Merrick, Implementation Team, Social Exclusion Unit; Carolin Fish, Local Transport Policy Team, DfT, Paul Clark, Chair, Planning Officers Society Integrated Land Use and Transport Topic Group Melvyn Hopwood, Head of Communications, Trent Barton; Peter Hedges, Programme Manager for Infrastructure and the Environment, EPSRC plus many more workshop facilitors

Format: A4
Our Ref No: CO120
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