Manchester Urban Ageing Research Group releases report on developing age-friendly cities


The Manchester Urban Ageing Research Group (MUARG) has released a report on developing age-friendly cities: turning urban research into practice. 

This report summarises key themes from a workshop organised by the Manchester Urban Ageing Research Group (MUARG): ‘Developing age-friendly cities: Turning urban research into practice’.

The conference provided an opportunity for academics, practitioners, older people and policymakers to discuss best practice for translating research into practice, hear from our industry experts in our short film

The workshop built on a long-standing collaboration between members of MUARG, Age-Friendly Manchester and a range of organisations across Greater Manchester (GM). 

The report focuses on key themes relating to age-friendly cities, including ageing in place, social infrastructure, engaging with marginalised communities and urban regeneration.

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