Creating Age-friendly Places

Posted in: News on February 21, 2013

We are delighted to launch a comprehensive guide for ‘Age-friendly Places’. Drawing together the latest research, case studies and practical advice it sets out in one document what makes an age-friendly community. It looks at current developments across the UK and globally around ageing and discusses the different components needed for an age-friendly city and community.Produced by Manchester City Council and the Beth Johnson Foundation with support from Keele University it will support councils and wider stakeholders in planning how to make their areas good places for people to grow older.


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