The effectiveness and cost effectiveness of health appraisal processes currently in use to address health and wellbeing during plan appraisal
Gray, S. , Barton, H. , Mytton, J. , Lease, h. , Carmichael, L. and Joynt, J. (2010) The effectiveness and cost effectiveness of health appraisal processes currently in use to address health and wellbeing during plan appraisal. Project Report. NICE, UWE. [Unpublished]
Publisher's URL: http://www.nice.org.uk/Guidance/PHG/Wave20/55
This is the second of a series of seven reports to NICE concerned with the degree to which the spatial planning system incorporates health and well-being effectively in its processes. Report 1 examined how projects (concerned with land use) are appraised as part of the planning process. It examines how far and in what ways the statutory and non-statutory appraisal of projects account for potential positive and negative impacts on health and the social and environmental determinants of health, and what lessons emerge from current practices. Report 2 examines the same issues, but looks specifically at plan appraisal. It looks at the appraisal of spatial plan-making, including geographical areas or functions (for example transportation), and how health objectives and issues are considered. The two reports will feed into further review work, which will take into account a wider range of evidence from a number of sources, aiming to provide a basis for NICE guidance.
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