Call for evidence: What is the effectiveness of residential street level design characteristics in reducing chronic and non-communicable disease: a systematic review.


Call for evidence: What is the effectiveness of residential…

This call for evidence is now open, please do get in touch below if you have relevant evidence.  The link below gives full details of inclusion criteria.  Essentially we are interested in evidence looking at residential street design, using multiple design characteristics (streets are conceived, designed, and built as a whole after all) and looking at links to any type of non-communicable disease and risk factors for the same.

Any evidence for screening for the study can be sent directly to myself and will be gratefully received up to 01 June 2018.

This review is part of a Doctoral Research programme by Mark Drane at the University of the West of England under the supervision of Dr Laurence Carmichael, Head, WHO Collaborating Centre for Healthy Urban Environments.

Link to: Call for Evidence – Inclusion Criteria

Mark Drane RIBA FRSA

Doctoral Researcher


m: 07411-930-377



Mark Drane