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Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
Bloomfield - Foundation Retreat
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  • A selection of groups that indicated that they are interested in locating at the Bloomfield Centre. These groups also answered “yes” to the confidentiality clause. This needs to be double checked against the forms.2. I’m not sure if there are any “sensitivities” among these groups. I like the contrast of the differing font sizes, but we may have to change this if you think some groups would be offended to see their name in a smaller font. Also, this is only a selection of interested parties – we would need to decrease all font sizes in order to include all group names.
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    • 1. Invitation, Messaging & Creative Engagement
    • 2. Event s
    • 3. Social/ New Media
    • 4. Bloomfield Foundation Retreat October 15, 2013
    • 5. Housing and community are key social determinants of health.
    • 6. Strategy Context - Concentration and segregation of public housing - Affordability - In some communities, market forces left unchecked may further marginalize low income citizens - Loss of Federal funding - Changing Demographics - Challenge of existing social housing stock
    • 7. 75% of people in core housing need are single or single parents 50% of all single parents are in core housing need 44,000 households in core housing need. Renters are 5 times more likely to be in core housing need 1 in 3 renters lives in core housing need 4,300 eligible families on public housing wait list
    • 8. One-Person Households (%) . . . 1991 & 2006 1991 Facts: 1) In 1991, one-person hhlds = 27% of all hhlds in Nova Scotia. 2) In 2006, one and two person hhlds = 59% of all hhlds in Nova Scotia. Source: NS Community Counts 2006 Green areas > 20% one-person hhlds
    • 9. Federal funding going to zero
    • 10. Strategy Elements Key Components - Fostering healthy, diverse communities - Ensuring affordable options for owners and renters - Paths to equity and home ownership - Catalyst for Partnerships - Independence and Dignity
    • 11. What is Housing Nova Scotia Social Enterprise Developer - $450M in real estate assets (book value) - $130M in development over the last 3 years Property Manager - 5 Housing Authorities & 18,000 units Banker - Mortgages and loans - $840M Housing Services - $15M annually in loans & grants
    • 12. Affordability & Partnership Diversify Housing Nova Scotia’s rental stock Become development and financial partner Density Bonusing in HRM
    • 13. Bloomfield Ten years of hard work by Imagine Bloomfield Housing Nova Scotia was successful bidder Master Plan underpins and guides our work Architectural renderings are starting point Community engagement will inform final design 16
    • 14. 18
    • 15. 19
    • 16. Next Steps • Develop and complete community consultation process for design phase • Development agreement with HRM • Finalize Purchase and Sale • Begin Phase I construction 20
    • 17. Community is the Foundation
    • 18. BIKE AGAIN CLUB SCRI SOCIETY Food Action Committee CENTRE FOR ENTREPRENEUR EDUCATION AND YOU DEVELOPMENT PERFORMING ARTS LODGE EYELEVEL GALLERY CRAFT ALLIANCE CHESS 500 community groups Byrony House STREET FEAT ASSOCIATION Paradise Sisters Knights of Columbus SHARING & CARING CLUB SYMPHONY NOVA SCOTIA TURNSTYLE POTTERY MUSLIM SOCCER GROUP CENTRE FOR ART TAPES AFCOOP KINETIC STUDIO AEOLIAN SINGERS ASSOCIATION MEGAN LESLIE ATLANTIC COUNCIL FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION SCANS COUNCIL OF CANADIANS/OXFAM/NS GAMBIA/HEALTH OPTIONs COALITION ILNS NS Safety Council INDEPENDENT LIvING RESOURCE CENTRE RECREATION NOVA SCOTIA METRO COMMUNIITY HOUSING LIVE ARTBloomfield The Who of 16 Professional Artists
    • 19. Inspiring Creative Space
    • 20. Centre for Social Innovation / 215 Spadina
    • 21. Regent Park
    • 22. Evergreen Brickworks
    • 23. Wychwood Barns
    • 24. Designing / Imagining the Future
    • 25. Going forward – and getting there

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