Bargain interventions that change behaviour – Talk the Walk

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Date(s) - 02/02/2010
4:30 pm - 7:15 pm

Urban Design Group


The theme for our meeting on Tuesday 2 February co-hosted with the Urban Design Group was “Bargain interventions that change behaviour“- add comments, recommendations or suggestions here (you will need to request permission to do so).

As this is an event to give as many people a chance to get to know others in the room, we limit the presentations to only a few minutes each.  Any participant that wants to address the whole room may do so – the more participants electing to do so the less time each of them has to speak! For this Talk the Walk we have created a facility for each presenter to illustrate their presentations (and hopefully share them using Slide Share).   Help us develop a resource of  Bargain interventions and download suggestions from delegates. Here’s a list of who took part.






Presentations made on the evening included:

David Blazey – South London & Maudsley Mental Health Trust

Steve Butters – CIHA Life Skills Project” working with young Irish tenants of Causeway

Ross Butcher – Transport for London – behaviour change the TfL way

Colette Hiller – Sing London – simple interventions can trigger social interaction

Liz Kessler – street improvements to encourage play

Trevor Pybus – Community Development, Phoenix Community Housing

Matt Scott – Community Sector Coalition – from Third Sector to Civil Society

Aideen Silke – Project Manager: Feeling Good About Where You Live: the impact of interventions in the residential environment on mental wellbeing of residents.
Jack Skillen – Living Streets Fitter for Walking

Andrew Stuck – neighbourhood welcome walkabouts

Dawn Wylie – Peter Brett Associates on work in Brighton & Hove