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Date & time: Thursday 30 April at 4pm.
Save the date for this online session examining how Scotland could pursue temporary space for safer social distancing. UK Government has indicated social distancing is likely to continue to the end of the year. New Zealand, France and Germany are exemplifying implementation of temporary lanes to enable more secure cycling and walking. As Edinburgh and Glasgow are reported to be considering what actions they can take, we will consider how it assists COVID19 safe distancing and what is needed to make it happen.
This online event is open to all those with an interest in facilitating active travel during the COVID19 lockdown and in enabling safer conditions for walking and cycling. Facilitated by Irene Beautyman, Place Lead at the Improvement Service, it will be of particular value to Council officers, elected members, community groups and all interested in pursuing the role of place as an enabler of healthier lives. Let’s rethink space.