This review examines evidence of the association between the neighbourhood built environment, green spaces and outdoor home area, and early (0-7 years) child health and development. There was evidence that the presence of child relevant neighbourhood destinations and services were positively associated with early child development domains of physical health and wellbeing and social competence.…
This paper argues the importance of exploring the effect of the neighbourhood built environment on child development as a crucial first step towards informing urban design principle to help reduce developmental vulnerability in children, and set optimal child development trajectories early.
DeCID: Co-designing social infrastructure with children affected by displacement is a project led by The Bartlett Development Planning Unit (UCL) and CatalyticAction, and funded by UKRI through the Global Challenges Research Fund.
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