Healthy New Towns Network

The Healthy New Towns Network is a ground-breaking collaboration between NHS England, Public Health England, Housing Developers and Housing Associations. It builds on the work of the Healthy New Towns programme to share learning and best-practice in healthy place-making, establishing a shared vision for creating the healthy neighbourhoods, towns and cities of the future.

A national call for applications was put out in February 2018 with. 12 organisations selected (ranging from large volume builders to specialist housing associations) and invited to attend the initial HNT Network roundtable meeting in May 2018.

Network members

The 12 Healthy New Town Network members are:

  • A2Dominion
  • British Land
  • Clarion
  • HAB Housing
  • Hanover
  • National Pride
  • Peabody
  • Redrow
  • Riverside
  • Thakeham
  • Urban&Civic
  • Urban Catalyst

Our Network members have committed to prioritising health and wellbeing. They will advocate for the Healthy New Towns principles, promoting the innovations and interventions piloted by the programme’s 10 demonstrator sites within their own development and regeneration schemes.

Registering interest

We are keen to see the Network grow in the future. If your organisation is interested in pursuing membership of the Network, please email us at to register your interest. We will add you to our mailing list and contact you directly should we release another call for applications.