An age-friendly city is a city that encourages active ageing by optimising opportunities for health, participation and security in order to enhance the quality of life as people age - World Health Organisation
Additional resources include:
Information about neighbourhood planning forums, which enable local organisations and residents to write policies that inform planning applications.
Building for Everyone: A Universal Design Approach, National Disability Authority
Neighbourhood Watch Network (includes a database of local schemes, as well as downloadable toolkits and coordinator packs for those wanting to set one up)
Meetup, a website which helps people connect with neighbours with shared interests
Helpfulpeeps, an online ‘social marketplace’ where people can swap skills, or offer free help to others
Voscur, training and resources for community groups: www.voscur.org
Bristol Disability Equality Forum, bespoke training in disability-related matters, including communications, engagement, and the most appropriate accessibility upgrades for your business: email@example.com.