PROGRAM – SESSION 6  1    Urban Design + Placemaking 101                                                 What + Why  2    ...
6. WHO▸   Contribution to quality places                                                       Urban Design team          ...
6.1.1 THE CLIENT▸   Keys to being a successful    masterplanning client    ▸    Provide strong client leadership and a    ...
6.1.2 THE USER▸   In order for a place to be successful,    we must meet and exceed the needs    and preferences of existi...
6.1.2 THE USER                 City Walk - Canberra, ACT
6.1.3 URBAN DESIGN TEAM  ▸   (urban design)                        ▸   funding and delivery  ▸   urban planning           ...
6.1.4 STAKEHOLDERS ? ▸   Businesses                      ▸▸ “Avoid stakeholder mentality – change hats                    ...
6.1.5 COMMUNITY ENABLING▸   Communities deserve to have a say in    their future▸   They make a valuable contribution    t...
6.1.5 COMMUNITY CONSULTATION?▸   “Brisbane don’t be a NIMBY”▸   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kmygYMhiG0&feature=player_...
6.1 WHO▸   Contribution to quality places                                                       Urban Design team         ...
6.2 WHO – ADDITIONAL INFORMATION▸ Page 99▸ Advisory groups▸ Associations▸ Participatory Design                            ...
6. VIDEO – BLENDED DENSITY
6. REFLECTION – WHO?Individual – group: short answer test           p.158    6.14 How do you currently participate in plac...
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Place roles - section 6 intro to urban design and placemaking

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This PPT discusses the people who creates the places we like. Who typically participates in the delivery of urban design and the creation of these places? More information available at http://placefocus.com/Place-Roles/place-focus.html
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  • There is a movie going around Brisbane in reaction to opposition to the planned redevelopment of the Milton Tennis Centre. Have a look at this and tell me what you think?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kmygYMhiG0&feature=player_embedded
  • Place roles - section 6 intro to urban design and placemaking

    1. 1. PROGRAM – SESSION 6 1 Urban Design + Placemaking 101 What + Why 2 Civic Principles 3 Place Qualities 8 Outcomes 4 Place Typology How + Who 5 Place process 6 Place roles 7 Toolkit - placemaking ideas 9/10 Links+ conclusions Queen Street Mall – Brisbane, QLD
    2. 2. 6. WHO▸ Contribution to quality places Urban Design team Stakeholders Community Client Stage User Place aspiration Place context Place design Place delivery Place manage
    3. 3. 6.1.1 THE CLIENT▸ Keys to being a successful masterplanning client ▸ Provide strong client leadership and a commitment to quality ▸ Be clear about your aims and the outputs you need ▸ Learn from your own and other successful projects ▸ Give enough time at the right time ▸ Find the right teams and development partners ▸ Respond to the context - physical, economic, cultural and social ▸ Work with stakeholders and users ▸ Understand that masterplanning is a fluid process ▸ Work in a collaborative spirit ▸ Put in place a strategy and structure for implementation Juniper Bank Way, Subiaco, Perth, WA, AUS
    4. 4. 6.1.2 THE USER▸ In order for a place to be successful, we must meet and exceed the needs and preferences of existing and predicted users. ▸ Physical ▸ Psychological needs and well being ▸ Safety and health ▸ Cognitive and perceptual needs ▸ Sensory needs ▸ Behavioural needs ▸ Aesthetic needs▸ Psychographic drivers▸ Engwicht Secret 11 – citizens not customers▸ Engwicht Secret 10- cultivate the weeds The Mall, Darwin, NT
    5. 5. 6.1.2 THE USER City Walk - Canberra, ACT
    6. 6. 6.1.3 URBAN DESIGN TEAM ▸ (urban design) ▸ funding and delivery ▸ urban planning ▸ consultation ▸ architecture ▸ demographics and psychographic profiling ▸ landscape design ▸ environmental ▸ project management ▸ air and acoustic engineering ▸ statutory planning ▸ sustainability ▸ production (report + graphics) ▸ industry sector consultants ▸ engineering, contamination and site ▸ property market analysis services ▸ housing affordability ▸ transport and movement planning ▸ cultural heritage (parking) ▸ public art consultants ▸ community development ▸ development consultants ▸ social planning ▸ leasing ▸ economic development and property demand North Tce – Adelaide, SA, AUS
    7. 7. 6.1.4 STAKEHOLDERS ? ▸ Businesses ▸▸ “Avoid stakeholder mentality – change hats Politicians (councillors) David Engwicht ▸ Community leaders ▸ Residents’ and tenants’ associations ▸ Engwicht Secret 13 – Celebrate the ▸ Children and youth ▸ Senior Citizens contradictions ▸ Developers ▸ Schools ▸ Development agencies ▸ Town centre management initiatives ▸ Faith organisations ▸ Traders ▸ Landowners ▸ Training agencies ▸ Local government ▸ Transport operators ▸ Local media ▸ Universities ▸ People with a disability ▸ Indigenous reps ▸ Police Professional practices ▸ Women’s groups ▸ Environment ▸ Youth and community groups ▸ Tourism ▸ Economics... City Walk - Canberra, ACT
    8. 8. 6.1.5 COMMUNITY ENABLING▸ Communities deserve to have a say in their future▸ They make a valuable contribution through their detailed understanding of place▸ Community as customers or citizens– train and enable (council needs to let go)▸ Good placemaking maximises opportunities for participation in planning and design: ▸ diversifying ways in which people participate ▸ encouraging and enabling participation ▸ making formal provision for some groups to be represented Stanley St, Wodonga, VIC, AUS
    9. 9. 6.1.5 COMMUNITY CONSULTATION?▸ “Brisbane don’t be a NIMBY”▸ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kmygYMhiG0&feature=player_embedded
    10. 10. 6.1 WHO▸ Contribution to quality places Urban Design team Stakeholders Community Client Stage User Place aspiration Place context Place design Place delivery Place manage
    11. 11. 6.2 WHO – ADDITIONAL INFORMATION▸ Page 99▸ Advisory groups▸ Associations▸ Participatory Design Arthur Circus - Battery Point, Hobart, TAS
    12. 12. 6. VIDEO – BLENDED DENSITY
    13. 13. 6. REFLECTION – WHO?Individual – group: short answer test p.158 6.14 How do you currently participate in placemaking? (circle your response) a. client b. user c. design team d. stakeholder e. community f. developer g. other... 6.15 What is the difference between a user and the community? How can they be involved in the process? 6.16 What are the benefits of participatory design?▸ Aussie tour of our bonza places Salamanca Markets - Hobart, TAS, AUS

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