The research comes from 4 data sources. Historical neuroscience research; which has been qualified as significant and credible by our scientific team. 1. This is used to understand how a person’s experience of the built environment is affected by external elements. 2. Secondly it is used to understand how environmental stressors such as pollution affect the biological and mental constitution of a person. 3. Thirdly, it is used to understand how a person navigates from point A to point B. As well as the mental elements that impeded and enhance that process. Space Syntax; it is a long standing analytical tool used to record the movement of people. 1. We have used space syntax “thinking” rather than running the full software due to the type of project. Using Dr. Kerstin Sailer from UCL to understand the isovists or what is ‘within sight’ or ‘out of sight’ of a particular (single) location. Observational Study; Using a survey developed by our science team to quantify the different “happening” in the area. 1. Stressors 2. Activity 3. Walkability Humanities / Economics Research; This is mainly conducted by Dr. Susannah Haslam, who has an expertise on what moves and influences culture from an anthropological, economic, and social perspective. This is what gives our work a context for what the rest of the scientific research. Science nor the strategies that are derived from it can be used without context. The research and data is used to make decision with a specific context, which is very important both for adoption and relevance. When strategies fail to be adopted is they are either solving the wrong problem or they are in bad timing, in short they are in the wrong context. This is why this document starts with evidence and ends with the strategies or recommendations. Understanding how these decisions were derived is as important as the decisions themselves.