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Lbdc 081013

  1. 1. LOUIS BOTHA AVENUE STRATEGIC AREA FRAMEWORK – 08 OCTOBER 2013
  2. 2. 02 The Strategic Area Framework overview 01 Background 03 Implementation Challenges
  3. 3. 01Background 1938  Expansion across the ridge;  Key north-south connector  Tram Line 1952  Tram decommissioned  Primary north-south connection;  Oxford Road and Jan Smuts Ave compete as drivers of expansion. 1976  Construction of Motorway  East-west arterials strengthened.  Expansion primarily along Oxford Road 2013  New role as a Transit Corridor  Future growth areas to north & north-east LOUIS BOTHA AVENUE IN HISTORY
  4. 4. 01Background LOUIS BOTHA AVENUE TODAY
  5. 5. 01Background Today the corridor looks like this
  6. 6. And we want it to look like this… 01Background
  7. 7.  Establish key regional connectors as higher-order structuring elements  Protect / enhance areas with high connectivity  Explore interventions in areas of low connectivity PROMOTING REGIONAL & LOCAL CONNECTIVITY JOE SLOVO DRIVE Key access route to CBD and eastern suburbs DURHAM AVENUE Feeder route from eastern areas, and key link to future growth areas in Moddefontein/Huddle Park JOE SLOVO DRIVE Access to M1 1st AVENUE Key access route to CBD and eastern suburbs MARLBORO DRIVE Key east-west arterial, linking Louis Botha Avenue with both the M1 and the N3, as well as the Marlboro Gautrain Station GRAYSTON DRIVE Main link to Sandton and focus of pedestrian movement between Alexandra & Sandton. CORLETT DRIVE Key east-west arterial ATHOL ROAD Key east-west arterial 02TheStrategicAreaFramework
  8. 8. PROTECTING & ENHANCING KEY MIXED-USE ECONOMIC ZONES PARKTOWN Significant & established office & commercial precinct BELLVUE Local nodal centre serving high density suburbs along ORANGE GROVE Retail strip HIGHLANDS NORTH Retail strip BALFOUR PARK Retail Node BRAMLEY Retail Strip PAN-AFRICA Retail Node WYNBERG Industrial Area 02TheStrategicAreaFramework
  9. 9. OPTIMISING SOCIAL & PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTUREPIETER ROOS PARK PATTERSON PARK MARLBORO CLUSTER (FUTURE) BRAMLEY 02TheStrategicAreaFramework
  10. 10. • Activity/Development Spine • Existing (and Future) Economic Nodes • Regional / City Nodes • Public Transit Stations • In and around social clusters DRIVING SUSTAINABLE DENSIFICATION 02TheStrategicAreaFramework
  11. 11. DENSIFICATION STRATEGY HOW WILL DENSIFICATION OCCUR 02TheStrategicAreaFramework
  12. 12. DENSIFICATION STRATEGY HOW WILL DENSIFICATION OCCUR 02TheStrategicAreaFramework
  13. 13. T5 T6 T7 T8T1 T2 T3 T4 TYPOLOGY-BASED DENSITY MODELLING • Form-based approach • Local variations for similar typologies (Erf Size, unit size) • Clear locational “preferences” – transit spine, local collector, etc • Basis for guidelines • Local Variations • Basis for Density Targets • Basis for Value Capture DENSIFICATION STRATEGY HOW WILL DENSIFICATION OCCUR 02TheStrategicAreaFramework
  14. 14. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework DENSIFICATION STRATEGY
  15. 15. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework DENSIFICATION STRATEGY
  16. 16. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework DENSIFICATION STRATEGY
  17. 17. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework DENSIFICATION STRATEGY
  18. 18. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework DENSIFICATION STRATEGY
  19. 19. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework DENSIFICATION STRATEGY
  20. 20. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework DEVELOPMENT GUIDELINES
  21. 21. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework DEVELOPMENT GUIDELINES
  22. 22. A C E F G H B D Moving from Transit Oriented Development to Transit Oriented Communities LOCAL AREA A: HILLBROW LOCAL AREA B: SCHOOL PRECINCT LOCAL AREA C: ORANGE GROVE LOCAL AREA H: MARLBORO LOCAL AREA D: HIGHLANDS NORTH LOCAL AREA E: BALFOUR LOCAL AREA F: BRAMLEY LOCAL AREA G : ALEX/WYNBERG DEFINING LOCAL AREAS 02TheStrategicAreaFramework
  23. 23. Name Target Density Households C1 100 6168 C2 120 4809 C3 150 1190 The focus of intervention around the Orange Grove Precinct relates to the following: • Significant densification opportunities facilitated by existing structure and typological precedent; • The opportunity for a key public space (As development catalyst); • Well located city- owned land for diversifying housing opportunities; 02TheStrategicAreaFramework AN ENABLING FRAMEWORK
  24. 24. KEY PROJECTS & INTERVENTIONS 2 Orange Grove Triangle 1 Transit Spine & Station Precincts 1 5a Reconfiguration of Paterson Park (Northern Sections) 5a 4 Upgrade of Ivy Road (Initial Section) 4 Upgrade of Durham Road (Initial Section) 3 3 7 Upgrade of Orange Grove Park 7 5b 5b Reconfiguration of Paterson Park (Southern Sections) 6 Upgrading of internal streets / local connectors 6 6 2 02TheStrategicAreaFramework AN ENABLING FRAMEWORK
  25. 25. PHASE 1 PHASE 2 PHASE 3 2013 - 2015 2016 - 2020 2021 - 2030 Institutional/Facilitation Projects & Programmes R 6,050,000.00 R 1,500,000.00 R - Public Environment Projects R 34,460,000.00 R 24,700,000.00 R - Initial Public Housing Projects R 1,167,400,000.00 R 595,000,000.00 R - Initial Social Infrastructure Projects R 69,000,000.00 R 44,000,000.00 R 25,000,000.00 Strategic Land Acquisition R 61,600,000.00 R - R - Initial Transport Infrastructure Projects R 600,000,000.00 R 67,200,000.00 R - Initial Road Upgrades R 14,769,000.00 R 120,142,000.00 R - Sewer Reticulation R 10,471,600.00 R 6,137,400.00 R 13,596,900.00 Water Reticulation R 78,613,920.00 R 13,800,360.00 R 4,546,500.00 Electrical Reticulation R 2,042,364,520.00 R 872,479,760.00 R 43,143,400.00 02TheStrategicAreaFramework PRELIMINARY PROJECT PLANNING
  26. 26. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework
  27. 27. orange grove 02TheStrategicAreaFramework PRIORITY INTERVENTION AREAS
  28. 28. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework orange grove PRIORITY INTERVENTION AREAS
  29. 29. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework orange grove PRIORITY INTERVENTION AREAS
  30. 30. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework orange grove PRIORITY INTERVENTION AREAS
  31. 31. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework orange grove PRIORITY INTERVENTION AREAS
  32. 32. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework orange grove PRIORITY INTERVENTION AREAS
  33. 33. balfour 02TheStrategicAreaFramework PRIORITY INTERVENTION AREAS
  34. 34. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework balfour PRIORITY INTERVENTION AREAS
  35. 35. 02TheStrategicAreaFramework balfour PRIORITY INTERVENTION AREAS
  36. 36. wynberg: watt street interchange 02TheStrategicAreaFramework PRIORITY INTERVENTION AREAS
  37. 37. URBAN MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT FACILITATION Bylaw Management Service Level Agreements Project Guidance & Feasibility Funding & Bridging Subsidies & Incentives PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT PLANNING Civil Infrastructure Projects Public & Social Infrastructure Housing Projects Local Project pipelines Provincial & National Project Pipelines • Implementing a Vision is more than just implementing a list of projects; 03ImplementationChallenges
  38. 38. 03ImplementationChallenges • Implementing a Vision is more than just implementing a list of projects; • Alignment of project streams to a common vision • The Importance of Urban Management
  39. 39. 03ImplementationChallenges
  40. 40. 03ImplementationChallenges • Implementing a Vision is more than just implementing a list of projects; • Dealing with a reluctance to change • Alignment of project streams to a common vision • The Importance of Urban Management
  41. 41. Thank You

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