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Does active design increase walking and cycling? Evaluation of a natural experiment examining whether moving into housing in East Village increases family levels of physical activity, particularly walking and cycling

Project title: Does active design increase walking and cycling? Evaluation of a natural experiment examining whether moving into housing in East Village increases family levels of physical activity, particularly walking and cycling

Call to action: 12/211 12/211 PHR Researcher-led Call

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Christopher OwenORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0003-1135-5977

Contractor: St George's, University of London

Cost: £692,607.76

Co-investigators: Dr Angie Page, Dr Daniel Lewis, Professor Alicja Rudnicka, Professor Ashley Cooper, Professor Billie Giles-Corti, Professor Derek Cook, Professor Peter Whincup, Professor Steven Cummins.

Started: June 2014 | Status: Waiting to publish

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