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City Council Brighton Hove Core Strategy

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Presentation from Rob Fraser, from the Brighton & Hove City Council, at the annual State of the City Event in Brighton & Hove, hosted and run by the Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce.

Presentation from Rob Fraser, from the Brighton & Hove City Council, at the annual State of the City Event in Brighton & Hove, hosted and run by the Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce.

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  • 1. State of the City Brighton and Hove Chamber of Commerce Brighton & Hove’s Core Strategy
    Tuesday 22nd June 2010
    Rob Fraser
  • 2. Where does the Core strategy fit in ?
    Local Strategic Partnership
    (Sustainable Community Strategy)
    Core Strategy
    Sustainability
    Strategy
    Housing Strategy
    Transport
    (LTP)
    Education
    Health
    Planning
  • 3. Status of the Core Strategy where are we now?
    Where we got to
    • Core Strategy was approved by Council
    • 4. Submitted to Secretary of State
    • 5. Plan was due for Public Examination August/September
    Exploratory meeting
    • Only concerned itself with the issue of housing land supply
    • 6. Shortfall of allocated housing (169 units in the first ten years)
    • 7. Inspector’s view - City Council too protective of Open Space, Employment Sites and the Urban Fringe land.
  • Status of the Core Strategy where are we now?
    What happens now ?
    • Suspend the examination whilst officers review the options
    • 8. Further work on the housing, employment land and Open Space
    • 9. Await further Guidance on implications of coalition Government abolition of regional housing targets and other changes
    • 10. Explore ways forward with Government departments
  • Brighton & Hove’s LDF
  • 11. The Core Strategy
    • 7 Development Areas
    • 12. 6 Special Area proposals
    • 13. 18 strategic city-wide policies
    • 14. Implementation & Monitoring
    • 15. Infrastructure and Delivery Plan
    • 16. Background Documents and Technical Papers
  • Brighton Centre and Churchill Square
    • New conference centre & hotel
    • 17. Extend Churchill Square
    • 18. Improve community and public safety
    • 19. Improve transport infrastructure
    pedestrian and cycle access
  • 20. Brighton Marina, Gas Works and Black Rock
    • Mixed use district
    • 21. 2,000 residential units;
    • 22. 5,000 sq.m retail; 4,000 sq.m industrial + community buildings
    • 23. Improve connections and transport
    • 24. Protect and improve ecology
  • Lewes Road
    • 24,800 sq m employment;
    • 25. secondary, further and higher education
    • 26. Community stadium
    • 27. 445 residential units
    • 28. Improve townscape & public realm
    Strategic Site Allocation:
    Preston Barracks – 18,600 sq m of employment floorspace and 200 residential units.
  • 29. New England Quarter and London Road
    • Revitalise London Road
    • 30. New business quarter; 34,000 sq m offices;
    • 31. 875 residential units;
    • 32. 16,000 sq m community / training / education/ GP surgery;
    • 33. Improve air quality and modal shift
    • 34. Maintain and strengthen creative industries business cluster
    Strategic Site Allocation:
    125-163 Preston Road – 18,000 sq m of office and 400 residential units.
  • 35. Eastern Road and Edward Street
    • 40,000 sq m employment; 205 residential units; 3500 sq m education; 1900 sq m creative workspace; Multi practice GP surgery
    • 36. Improve townscape
    • 37. Sustainable transport
    • 38. Social infrastructure improvements
    Strategic Site Allocations:
    RSCH – 30,000 sq m additional hospital floorspace
    Edward Street Quarter – 30,000 sq m additional high quality office floorspace and 65 residential units
  • 39. Hove Station
    • Long-term regeneration potential
    • 40. Employment-led mixed use development
    • 41. Enhance sustainable transport interchange
    • 42. 15,000 sq m employment floorspace and 240 residential units
  • Shoreham Harbour
    • Joint working with Adur, WSCC, SPA
    • 43. Joint Area Action Plan will be prepared
    • 44. 3 options for development still being considered
    • 45. Technical Studies still need to be completed to inform choice of option
  • CP16 Planning for Sustainable Economic Development
    • Safeguard Employment sites
    - Site allocations within Development Areas
    - identifying sites through the Development Policies and
    • Sites Allocations DPD
    - allow employment led mixed use development on identified sites
    - safeguard unallocated sites unless redundant but giving preference for re-use
    - clarifying role of enabling development
  • 46. Infrastructure and Delivery Plan
    Emphasis on delivery and implementation in LDF
    Delivery of sustainable community strategy, LAA etc
    Sets out timescale phasing, delivery partners and where known costs associated with infrastructure requirements for Development Areas

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