Our Projects

CoHSAT undertakes a number of projects each year. You can see our current projects for 2021-2022 below, or take a look at our previous projects. We are grateful to Low Carbon Hub who have funded many of our current and previous projects.

Photo from Future of Transport Event July 2022

Future of Transport in Oxford Event 2022

CoHSAT organised an open, free, public event on 20 July 2022 to discuss the potential solutions and how they might affect people.

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Annual Conference 2022

CoHSAT’s third annual conference, Making Planning Healthy and Inclusive Places, was held online on 15 April 2022.

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15-minute neighbourhoods in Oxfordshire

CoHSAT is promoting the concept of a neighbourhood where amenities are within a 15-minute walk there and a 15-minute walk back from your own home.


Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

CoHSAT has harnessed the knowledge within Oxfordshire and London community groups to produce two publications about LTNs:

– A guide for campaigners

– An introduction for residents addressing common concerns

Credit Roz Smith Description School Streets Pilot Windmill School Headington

School Travel

CoHSAT conducted research in support of School Streets, to better understand the needs and perspectives of car-driving parents.

Credit Unsplash Phil Hearing Description Cycle Lane

Previous Projects

Our previous projects have focused on reimagining Broad St & St Giles, supporting market town active travel groups and developing a Walkability Index.