Wednesday, October 03, 2007

What makes an “Age Friendly” city?

A short question with a very long answer, all 82 pages of it. The World Health Organisation has just published a report that defines the factors that result in age friendliness and then evaluates the main cities of the world.

This is an interesting insight into the services and products that will increasingly be required as cities attempt to respond to the changing age demographics.

You can download the report from here. Dick Stroud

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