Urban Integrated Diagnostics


The Urban Integrated Diagnostics project promotes research and innovation initiatives that help to improve the city’s health, well-being and prosperity as they face up to challenges of modern urban living. The Bristol ‘pilot’ project will bring citizens together with researchers, local authorities and partners from business and the voluntary and community sector aimed at investigating the very real challenges facing the city across four areas: mobility and accessibility, health and happiness, equality and inclusion, and tackling dependency on fossil fuels. Bristol will learn from other pilot cities of York, Leeds, Newcastle & Gateshead, and Birmingham.

Part of Solutions

  • Improved connectedness for a more participatory culture
  • Improved fairness for greater equality and social cohesion
  • Improved livability for health and wellbeing
  • Improved sustainability of the natural environment

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    Organisations Involved