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CitySpeak X: Green City. Cool City: Evans Lu - A vision, a policy and a plan for landscaping the City
 

CitySpeak X: Green City. Cool City: Evans Lu - A vision, a policy and a plan for landscaping the City

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City Speak X: A Green City, A Cool City

Speaker: Evans P L Iu
A vision, a policy and a plan for landscaping the City

Hong Kong is surrounded by so much water and has so many green mountains, so does it really need more urban open space? How do we respond to the threats of global warming and air pollution? What is the meaning of “the urban heat island effect”? What is an “air ventilation assessment”? What value doesthe community place on open space? Is the demand for recreation and sport changing? Do we need a landscape vision and master plan? Is “green infrastructure” becoming more important than roads and railway lines in securing a sustainable built environment in Hong Kong?

Join experts, academics, planners, government officials and landscape architects in a discussion about how to stay cool in our city.

Designing Hong Kong is a not-for-profit organisation focused on sustainable urban planning. See: www.designinghongkong.com

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    CitySpeak X: Green City. Cool City: Evans Lu - A vision, a policy and a plan for landscaping the City CitySpeak X: Green City. Cool City: Evans Lu - A vision, a policy and a plan for landscaping the City Presentation Transcript

    • City Speak XI : A Green City - A Cool City Evans Iu Hong Kong Institute of Landscape Architects
      • Commitment from Government – A Policy
      • Acceptance by the Public
      1.1 What is needed for a Green City
      • A Policy with Objectives – Visions, Targets, $$$
      • People’s Acceptance + Sustainable Developments
      1.2 What are the Essentials for a Green City
    • 2.1 ACROS Building, Fukuoka, Japan 2. Examples of Green City Buildings 2.1 ACROS Building, Fukuoka, Japan Source:’Green Roof’ by Schiffer
    • 2.2 Namba Park Development, Osaka Japan 2. Examples of Green City Buildings
    • 2.3 Roppongi Hills, Tokyo 2. Examples of Green City Buildings
    • 2.5 Singapore Management University 2. Examples of Green City Buildings
    • 2.6 Shenzhen Green Building Research Centre ( 建科大樓 ) 2. Examples of Green City Buildings
    • 2.7 Office & Apt. Bldg. in Shenzhen ( 招商地產總部 , 泰格公寓 ) 2. Examples of Green City Buildings
    • 2.8 Projects in Germany 2. Examples of Green City buildings
    • 2.9 Projects in Germany 2. Examples of Green City Buildings
    • 2.10 Project in UK – Brown Roof 2. Examples of Green City Buildings
    • 2.11 Projects in U.S.A 2. Examples of Green City Buildings
    • 2.12 Hong Kong – Public Housing Estate 2. Examples of Green City Buildings
    • 2.13 Hong Kong – Public Housing Estate 2. Examples of Green City Buildings
    • 2.14 Hong Kong – Cheung Kong Center Park 2. Examples of Green City Buildings
    • 2.15 Hong Kong – Wetland Park, Parc Oasis 2. Examples of Green City Buildings
    • 3. Policy on Greening Provisions in Other Places
      • 3.1 China
      • National Policy on Greening
      • Greening coverage of 30% or more in developments vetted by planning institutions
      • Specific and detail requirements in plant species, including native and ornamental plants
    • 3. Policy on Greening Provisions in other Places
      • 3.2 Germany
      • Regulation in local development plans (OZP)
      • Financial subsidies
      • Reduced storm water tax
      • Ecological Compensation
      • Supporting Programmes by different levels
      • 3.3 Japan
      • Statutory requirement since 2001
      • 20% green roof for public building over 250m 2
      • 20% green roof for private
      • commercial building
      • roof >1000m 2
      3. Policy on Greening Provisions in other Places
      • 3.4 Singapore
      • A national policy for over 40 years
      • Statutory requirement of 30-40% required by
      • National Parks Board
      • Exemptions granted for
      • sky garden, terrace
      • garden in buildings
      3. Policy on Greening Provisions in other Places
      • 3.5 Hong Kong
      • HKPSG – Guidelines Only ?
      • Sky garden – development incentive ?
      • Chief Secretary’s Report on Tree Management (29.6.09)
      3. Policy on Greening Provisions in other Places
    • 4. Building a Green City
      • 4.1 How can we build a Green City?
      • Building Ordinance (Safety & Health)
      • Planning Ordinance (Land use)
      • HKPSG (Guidelines to follow)
      • Government Practice Notes, Technical Circulars, etc.
      • Landscape Policy ?
      • 4.2 Why we need a Landscape Policy ?
    • Infrastructure and traffic route developments 4. Building a Green City Hong Kong Cheungsa, China
    • Traffic routes with landscape planting provision 4. Building a Green City Singapore Hong Kong
    • Site formation works 4. Building a Green City Hong Kong Nanning
    • Building development 4. Building a Green City Hong Kong Singapore
    • Waterfront Development Hong Kong 4. Building a Green City Hong Kong Chongquing
      • Singapore
      Waterfront Development 4. Building a Green City Singapore
      • 4.3 The need for a Landscape Policy to help –
      • Set objectives on Hong Kong’s long term development plans
      • Enhance sustainable building developments
      • Provide a holistic approach in planning, design,
      • implementation and maintenance
      • Development of quality environmental greening
      • and open space
      4. Building a Green City
      • 4.4 Key Focus of the Landscape Policy –
      • Review current OZP with the inclusion of Landscape Master
      • Plan as development reference
      • Introduce greening coverage to development sites
      • Strengthen existing tree preservation & management measure
      • Provision of quality open space and their linkages
      • Formulate new strategy and policy in urban renewal
      • Improve connectivity and accessibility to waterfront/open space
      4. Building a Sustainable Environment
    • Thank You