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- March 19, 2014 3:30 pm
- March 19, 2014 6:00 pm
- Cleveland Botanical Gardens
11030 East Boulevard, Cleveland, OH, 44106, United States
Building Healthy Places
David Scheuer, ULI, Chair for Ten Principles for Building Healthy Places Workshop
Joe Cimperman, Cleveland City Council; Sponsor, Healthy Cleveland Initiative
Freddy Collier, Jr., Assistant Director Cleveland Planning Commission
Dave Hartt, Planning and Development Consultant, DB Hartt, Inc.
Greg Peckham, Managing Director, LAND studio
Jon Utech, Sr. Director, Office for a Healthy Environment, Cleveland Clinic
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
What does it take to build healthier places?
Join ULI Cleveland in exploring the Ten Principles for Building Healthy Places, part one of a multi-part series focused on ULI’s Building Healthy Places Initiative.
The Ten Principles are:
- Put People First
- Recognize the Economic Value
- Empower Champions for Health
- Energize Shared Spaces
- Make Healthy Choices Easy
- Ensure Equitable Access
- Mix It Up
- Embrace Unique Character
- Promote Access to Healthy Food
- Make It Active
Following the Ten Principles for Building Healthy Places will help people live longer, more productive lives; reduce unhealthy lifestyles; help improve a community’s competitive advantages; and allow developers, investors, local governments and citizens to prosper in the 21st century. Keynote, David Scheuer, chair of the Ten Principles for Building Healthy Places Workshop, will be joined by a local panel of officials dedicated to the positive impact of a healthy environment on the Cleveland community.
- Cocktail Reception follows the panel discussion.
- Copy of Ten Principles for Building Healthy Places included with registration.
- Use Cleveland Botanical Garden’s East Boulevard entrance. Valet parking special rate of $5 (gratuity not included).
3:30pm – Registration
4:00pm – Program
5:30pm – Reception
- Download a registration form
- Fax to: 800-248-4585 (credit card payments only); or
- Mail to: Urban Land Institute PO Box 41836 Boston, MA 02241-8363 (for check or credit card payments).
Space is limited.
Additional $20 to registrations made after Monday 3/17/14