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Charrettes: The Deptford Experience, by Andrew Carmichael - Be2camp 2008, London, 10 October

Charrettes: The Deptford Experience, by Andrew Carmichael - Be2camp 2008, London, 10 October


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  • 1. Andrew Carmichael
  • 2. Deptford Creekside  Charrette
  • 3. Charrette?
  • 4. Permitted/Emerging Schemes
  • 5. Permitted/Emerging Schemes
  • 6. Scale of Change • Permitted and emerging – Approx 3,400 homes – Approx 29,000 m2 (312,000 sq.ft) business – Approx 9,000 m2 (97,000 sq.ft) shops/cafes – Approx. 6,400 new residents – Approx. 1,300 new jobs
  • 7. 1. Introduce idea of Charrette “A Charrette is a multidisciplinary inclusive design  process – conducted on site and in an  uncomfortably short time frame” 2. What we are trying to achieve “The object is to give a forum for the best ideas to  be developed, chosen and combined into a new  aspirational plan for the area. The short time  frame and the inclusive nature of the process  aims to achieve transformative change”
  • 8. transformative change
  • 9. Charrette Products (1) Public space and movement plan. (2) An audit of the Creek as key environmental infrastructure and  options for enhancement and use. (3) An audit of existing urban form and options for development  including building type, character, rules and guidance.  (4) An indicative map presenting opportunities and options for mix  of uses and geography of mix.  (5) A definition of what sustainable development means for the  Creekside, options for sustainable infrastructure and appropriate  technology.  (6) An audit of existing economic drivers and new options for  enhancement and development.  (7) Visuals and models of how the Creekside would look and work. 
  • 10. How will the Deptford Creek charrette work? Optimise & Design bring Team Input together 1 3 Initial Fine Final Kick-Off Choices Ideas Tuning Plan Introductions, 2 information, Work up Final presentation ideas & more ideas for endorsement invites 22/5 Thurs 9/6 Mon 11/6 Wed 13/6 Fri 9/7 Wed (TODAY) Main Charrette Week
  • 11. 3. What we want to get from you • How you use the Creekside area? • How you would like to use the area? • What issues you would like the design team to address   • Be “ambassadors” for the process  4. Creative Process are here to be the catalysts but not the  directors of the process or the owners of the outputs– we  have no pre designed plan for the area up our sleeves, as  near as possible, we start with a blank sheet of paper – and  the results will be jointly owned by all of you who take  part
  • 12. 5. Resources that are available for the process
  • 13. Sponsors and Supporters