We’ve teamed up with Sports Think Tank to create a place to engage in conversation around what Active Environments mean for all of us.

"Active environments aren't something that we have to wait for. They are all around us and already there for most of us. The challenge – or opportunity – is to find them. And to gain the confidence to use them." Andy Mytom, Partner, David Morley Architects.

Active Environments is at the heart of the new Sport England Strategy and we’ve teamed up with Sports Think Tank to create a place to engage in conversation around what Active Environments mean for all of us.

One of the key investments we need to make to increase levels of physical activity is improving our 'environment' to encourage and allow greater levels of movement. It is one of the key foundations of the new Sport England strategy. The strategy encompasses ‘five big issues’ which targets the entire physical activity ecosystem to unite together for one common goal.

As Architects, we firmly believe that in our desire to work across the entire physical activity eco system, all aspects of getting us moving are important to consider as part of the solution.

 

Read the article here:

 

https://www.sportsthinktank.com/dmablog/2021/02/active-environments-the-big-issue