SPAcE: Measuring the value of an Urban Active Environment
Printed Material - Guidance document
The aim of this document is to offer guidance for the estimation of the economic benefits of walking and cycling using the World Health Organization’s Heath Economic Assessment Tool (HEAT). The document aims to complement existing HEAT materials which includes a comprehensive user guide, free online training and the tool itself, which can be accessed at http://heatwalkingcycling.org/.
This document presents five case studies from the project SPAcE (Supporting Policy and Action for Active Environments) which demonstrate how HEAT can be used by organisations who want to assess the impact of potential increases in walking and cycling in their communities.
- best practice;
- disadvantaged targets & areas;
- community development;
- sustainable Development.
It will be of interest to a wide range of professionals including government officers, health professionals, urban and transport planners, and walking and cycling advocates.
About the project
SPAcE (Supporting Policy and Action for Active Environments)
01/01/2015 – 31/12/2017
About the programme