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Presentation by Caroline Fraser, CABE from the Building for Life Assessor Network Meeting, Magna , Rotherham, 13.10.10

Presentation by Caroline Fraser, CABE from the Building for Life Assessor Network Meeting, Magna , Rotherham, 13.10.10

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  • 1. Building for Life Assessor Network meeting Rotherham Caroline Fraser 13 October 2010
  • 2. Introduction   CABE support for local authorities and local communities to decide how their villages, towns and cities develop:   Getting local and neighbourhood plans right   Ensuring people get the quality they deserve through planning   Helping communities to become great clients and owners of assets
  • 3. Enabling clients to do the best they can ENABLER BEST PRACTICE GUIDANCE ENGAGEMENT (CASE STUDIES) ENABLING TEAM REPORTING & FEEDBACK NETWORKS TRAINING / & WEB CAPACITY BUILDING RESOURCES
  • 4. Building for Life work –  Making BfL assessments available on website so assessors can view best practice worked examples –  Gathering assessor and other user feedback to contribute to review of criteria guidance –  Exploring methods of use as tool to engage with communities and discuss opportunities and expectations for future development –  Exploring opportunities to train other partners, such as Planning Aid
  • 5. Local level: working with community at Blackwall Reach to give them a say in the quality of schemes   Council and HCA wanted independent support to involve community in design decisions for complex estate renewal project   Aim: to embed principles of good design so community could be engaged in reviewing design quality of developers’ schemes   CABE ran BfL workshop, site visits and training for community representatives   Community reps will be helped to assess schemes using BfL
  • 6. Sub-regional level: understanding rural needs Carlisle rural strategy   Supporting very limited resources in council to understand where new housing could be built across 23 settlements   CABE working with council to develop method for gathering local qualitative and anecdotal information to inform rural strategies   Drawing in local intelligence from Parish Councils   Exploring use of BfL as tool to engage communities where local sensitivities or Parishes in Carlisle resistance to development
  • 7. Highgate, Durham Bryant Homes / RPS Architects 34 three and four bed three-storey town houses 26 two and three bed apartments for private sale 1.227ha, 49 dwellings per hectare Unit size : from 73.7sq.m (two bed flat) to 192sq.m (five bed house); average 124sq.m Cost per unit: ranges from £165k - £500k
  • 8. Butts Green, Kingswood, Warrington EP & Bellway BfL Award 2005 Creates a high quality green space at the heart of the scheme A key space to share creates a strong sense of identity and community Clever positioning and massing of buildings shields development from adjacent M 62
  • 9. Cala Domus, Harlow PCKO Architects
  • 10. Adelaide Wharf, London First Base / Alford Hall Monaghan Morris 147 flats (73 market/ 74 affordable) 0.43 hectares. 342 dwellings per hectare Unit size: from 44 sqm (one bed) – 140sqm (four bed) Unit cost : from £250k to £395k
  • 11. Park Central, Birmingham Crest Nicholson / Optima / Gardner Stewart Architects 1596 flats, 77 houses (market) / 78 flats, 147 houses (affordable) 12.25 ha, 155 dwellings per hectare Unit Size: from 61.6sqm (two-bed) to 86.7sqm (three-bed)
  • 12. Angell Town Estate, Brixton, London Lambeth Housing Burrell Fischer Foley / Greenhill Jenner / Anne Thorne Architects Unit Cost: from £152k (two-bed) to £265k (four-bed) 632 houses and flats (370 new and 262 refurbished) 9.3ha, 68 units per hectare Unit size: 52m2 (one-bed) to large 145m2(5-bed)
  • 13. Great Bow Yard, Langport, Somerset Ecos Homes Stride Treglown Architects 12 private homes (8 townhouses, 4 flats) Two 4-bed houses, six 3-bed houses, two 2-bed flats, two 1-bed flats 0.34 hectare, 41 dwellings per hectare Unit cost: £140k (1-bed). £155k (2-bed) £250k (3-bed) £290k (4-bed)
  • 14. Gun Wharf, Devonport, Devon Devon and Cornwall HA / Midas Homes Lacey and Hickey Architects 99 homes ( 35 market/ 64 Affordable) 2.3 hectares, 43 units per hectare Unit Cost: £110k - £157k (Oct 2004)
  • 15. Angel Waterside, London Pollard Thomas Edwards
  • 16. Granville New Homes, London London Borough of Brent Levitt Bernstein Architects
  • 17. Accordia, Cambridge Countryside Properties Maccreanor Lavington / Feilden Clegg Bradley / Alison Brookes Architects 166 flats and 212 houses 9.5 Ha, 40 units per hectare Unit size: from 50 sqm (1 bed apartment) to 360sqm (5 bed house) Unit cost: from £200k to £1.1m
  • 18. Thank you www.cabe.org.uk