Before the concept of a development is considered, the relationships and communications made with partners across the industry are vital in ensuring an understanding of need, ambition and desired outcomes for any area. This session will investigate how to make the most of the councillor, community, developer, planner and other professional relationships to understand how using these networks, sites for development are brought to the market.
Design & Development Management
How are borough managing, charging for and funding their planning application work, and how are they dealing with design issues within our changing system, involving people and tapping into their creativity, passion and energy?
Zones Two & Beyond: Building Neighbourhoods
19.09.2017 (Full Day)
We will be investigating what it means in practice to introduce new developments in suburbs; with examples from boroughs who are planning for change and case studies of award-winning suburban developments. We will also hear how boroughs are unlocking opportunities and making change happen through partnerships and sources of funding.
- Being Proactive: How can we be plan for new and changed neighbourhoods in our suburbs?
- LB Croydon’s Placemaking Approach – Vincent Lacovara, LB Croydon
- Designing the Elements: From small to large
- Making Change Happen: Funding & partnerships to unlock opportunities
This session will consider the three interrelated issues at the heart of the challenges and opportunities innovation presents for streets and transportation: the move away from owning your own vehicle, the move towards electricity as a power source for means of transport and the driver; human, machine or combination of the two?
- New Ideas: Role-out & impact – Iain Macbeth, Transport for London
- How will our Streets Look in the Future? The Design Challenge – Riccardo Bobisse, Steer Davies Gleave
- Shared Mobility – Dan Hill, Arup
Looking at the things that make people want to live, work, visit and invest in London, and ensuring these are not compromised through the pursuit of growth.
Modelling for All Modes
A fresh look at how we use models to inform schemes and how modelling of non vehicular traffic can be part of this process.