Investing in facilities and infrastructure conference
Since the introduction of the Sporting Future and Towards an Active Nation strategies the United Kingdom has responded with gusto, working towards local and national agendas that have been designed to stem the alarming rise in inactivity.
In order to encourage people to move more, providing the right facilities in the right areas is key to increasing sport and physical activity for all across the nation. The design and layout of where we live and work plays a vital role in our daily mobility and our leisure facilities are the cornerstone of a physically and mentally healthy community and are used by thousands of families every day. To accommodate our busy 21st century lifestyles, we have consciously 'designed out' the opportunity to exercise. In turn, as we searched for the easier life, the lack of vision has reduced the viable and affordable opportunities to stretch our legs.
Why Sports will deliver our Investing in Facilities and Infrastructure Conference on the 27th November 2018 The Royal Society of Medicine.
This conference will aim to provide a backdrop of the current situation and seek to highlight a number of high quality and engaging projects that are working to provide 21st century facilities for all. Challenge, debate, network, share knowledge and develop long lasting business relationships.
- Sporting Future and Towards an Active Nation policy updates
- Grass roots investment
- Active design guidance
- Estate rationalisation
- New build, refurbishment, energy efficiency
- Cross collaboration
- Cycling and walking investment strategy and updates
- Health and wellbeing hubs
- Local authority investment and engagement
Click here to go to the Conference Website and for more info including the Agenda
DELEGATE TICKET PRICES
Public Sector £295
3rd Sector £225
Private Sector £395
DICOUNT CODE EBIFI26318
Discounts available for multiple bookings
For more information call +44(0)161 246 6788
Click here to register interest or buy tickets on the Why Sports? conference website
1 Wimpole Street
London, LON W1G 0AE
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