A group of researchers from different disciplines across the University of Limerick formed a student think tank addressing the question of how to make Limerick a safer, healthier city. Health Futures Lab brought economics and marketing KBS students together with others from architecture, product design, engineering, interactive media and occupational therapy. Over a five-week period they examined the potential future of Limerick 2030, and developed three ambitious projects that combined to offer a roadmap for the realisation of Limerick’s positive health future. An advisory board included academics, the public sector and the group worked closely with the government Health Services Executive throughout.