New guidebook considers health impacts of public amenitiesNew guidebook considers health impacts of public amenities<div class="ExternalClassF4B69AD2AA124B928A065E04D3DA6DC4"><p>Transportation and land use decisions can have unintended public health impacts, both good and bad. Health Impact Assessments (HIAs) evaluate these impacts and point to solutions. Metro Vancouver and the Vancouver Coastal and Fraser Health Authorities have developed a <a href="/services/regional-planning/PlanningPublications/HIA-Guidebook.pdf" target="_blank">guidebook for Health Impact Assessment</a> (HIA) which: </p><ul><li>walks users through each step in the HIA process using a fictional development project in the Lower Mainland,</li><li>includes a toolkit with checklists and templates,</li><li>helps users to scale the process up or down based on capacity and time, and</li><li>illustrates how HIA can help local governments, transportation authorities, health authorities, developers and others to protect community health and wellbeing.</li></ul></div>http://heimat-deutschland.info/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue12-guidebook.jpg2015-08-26T07:00:00ZGP0|#0774283d-71f2-4a07-ae02-062bba6e3fd0;L0|#00774283d-71f2-4a07-ae02-062bba6e3fd0|Issue 12;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClass7C1784D3401540AB913301B780979312"><p>Metro Vancouver and the Vancouver Coastal and Fraser Health Authorities have developed a new guidebook to help planners and engineers assess health impacts of new community plans and amenities. </p></div>0

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