A call has been made that cities, towns and villages must be redesigned to improve access to nature in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Welsh government has committed £110m to transforming towns in Wales offering what planning experts and designers have called a "profound opportunity" to rethink communities to tackle climate change and health issues.

Some of the ideas include tree planting, more cycle routes, reopening disused railway lines, creating "pocket" parks, and a campaign to create neighbourhoods where everything needed is within a 20-minute walk.

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