Get involved: Rate the health of your main street
Does yours have a post office? A library? How many pubs or takeaways? Let us know
Urban village: Manor Street, in Stoneybatter in Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw
The purpose of the Irish Times Healthy Streets project is to stimulate a conversation about the interplay between public health, planning and the future of our towns.
Based on an adapted version of methodology developed by the UK Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), for its Health on the High Street initiative, The Irish Times set out to measure the health of the main streets in 10 Irish cities, towns, villages or suburbs.
Use the form below to assess your own main street and submit your findings to The Irish Times. Your results may be used in a wider research initiative.
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