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  • 1. Side 1
  • 2. The Norwegian State Housing Bank NHSB: Husbanken established 1946   NSHB is the government agency that implements Norwegian housing policy.   The NSHB is a supplement to private lenders in the financing of new homes. 77% homeownership.   All new houses must have Universal Design and low energy standards. The Bank has financed 50% of all housing in Norway. Side 2
  • 3. Involved in Urban redevelopment ”Area Boost”   Focus to improve living conditions in defined geographic areas in cities with special social and environmental challenges. Side 3
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  • 6. Focus on sustainable development in Norway’s 13 largest cities. Side 6
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  • 9. <<We must slow down, so we can have better eye contact!>> Helle Søholt, Gehl Architects Side 9
  • 10. THE PLANNING CHALLANGE: ”Urban Sprawl”: – towns have allowed to spread. This has weakend the historical centres. As well as creating major environmental and social problems. Side 10
  • 11. Agder County will grow with 52 000 Persons within 2025: (16 years) Where will they live, work and play? Side 11
  • 12. Airport E18 Side 12
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  • 15. MANY TOWNS HAVE LOST THEIR IDENTITY AND ARE ”DEAD & BORING” Side 15
  • 16. ”DEAD & BORING” Side 16
  • 17. 50 % of population in all municipalities are and will decrease. Side 17
  • 18. YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE AND ARE LEAVING THEIR HOME TOWNS LOOKING FOR A BETTER LIFE WITH MORE OPPORTUNITIES IN MORE ATTRACTIVE TOWNS AND CITIES Side 18
  • 19. Young Women are the Key Group ”Everyone”- ALL our girl-friends are moving to the exciting cities. They get better jobs, opportunities to study – and use cultural and social facilities and activities. There are NO opportunities and choice in the smaller ”dead” towns and cities. Friends Anne Marit Kjeldal (29) and Malin Hjelvik (25) Photo: Paal Audestad Malin Hjelvik – Osl o Aftenposten 15.juni 2006 Side 19
  • 20. Some good examples from Towns in Norway. Side 20
  • 21. Kongsberg: 2500 new homes – for 3- 5000 people in town centre 1 km radius From railway stationJul-19-10 21 Side 21
  • 22. When asked why they don’t live in the town:   It is a boring place – too few cafes and cultural facilities. Too little ”life”.   Not suitable affordable housing in the centre Side 22
  • 23. Project name: The Tubaloon Kommune: Kongsberg Completed: July, 2006 Client: Kongsberg Jazzfestival/ Kongsberg Jazzscener AS Side 23
  • 24. The right houses on the right sites - at the right price Side 24
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  • 26. We need to build a lot more Compact Homes e.g. 25- 30 sq m in town centres. Jul-19-10 26 Side 26
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  • 30.   1 600 members and growing.   1 in 4 people could consider joining a Car Pool.   As the first city in the world, Oslo now has a public car-pool using only electrically driven vehicles. Side 30
  • 31. Learing from Copenhagen: Nr.1 City for Cyclists in the world Side 31
  • 32. Beach Life in Copenhagen harbour Harbour bathing in cool fresh and clean water. The ”Island Brygge” basin has a capacity of servicing more than 600 people Side 32
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  • 34. Swimming in the harbour – and sunbathing on new lawns. City activities that brings the community together Side 34
  • 35. 2008 The City of Drammen: European Planning Award The European Council of Spatial Planners Side 35
  • 36. Norway’s ”Ugly Duckling” Transformed from a dirty, dull town with a heavily polluted river – to one of the most attractive places to invest in and to move to. Side 36
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  • 40. 2009 European Steel prize Side 40
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  • 45. The Twisted Tower Malmø, Sweden Side 45
  • 46. 30 mins Side 46
  • 47. ”Product The City of Oslo” Improves with focus on Waterfront with housing, offices and The Opera Sørenga The Opera Side 47
  • 48. The Opera House is helping to transform the old harbour into a waterfront open to the public Side 48
  • 49. Oslo Opera House 2008 A very popular meeting place: - a public park with no grass or trees Side 49
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  • 51. 23 % av oss One in four Norwegians suffer er plaget av from cronic loneliness ensomhet. Side 51
  • 52. 1 in 2 who live alone, are devorced or separated suffer from cronic loneliness Side 52
  • 53. LONELINESS KILLS. 223 die in traffic accidents 550 kill themselves - each year And more young people do so than ever before. Norway 2010 Side 53
  • 54. Jul-19-10 54 Side 54
  • 55. Jul-19-10 55 Side 55
  • 56. Barcelona Side 56
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  • 58. Bergen, Norway Many people are alone in the best public places Side 58
  • 59. Many people are alone in the best public places Side 59
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  • 61. Arendal, Norway An example of renewal – from decline to growth Side 61
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  • 63. Creating Living Environments for People Arendal Market Square: Arendal Market Square : Huvestad & Fuller-Gee MNLA Side 63
  • 64. The bypass (a road tunnel) was opened and enabled the town centre to be closed for traffic and developed into a pedestrian area. Blødekjærtunnelen Pollen Side 64
  • 65. Illustration: M.J. Fuller-Gee Side 65
  • 66. 10 000 cars every day. Through the heart of the town. Side 66
  • 67. Pollen, Arendal 1994 A popular Attractive People Place Pollen, Arendal 1996 Concept Fuller-Gee Prosjektering Asplan Viak Sør Kari Huvestad Side 67
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  • 72. It works also as A Public Stageand amphitheatre Pollen, Arendal Side 72
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  • 77. Culture Centre - and Town Hall 100 new flats From 28 sqm – 120 sqm Side 77
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  • 79. 2001 : - 6 2002 : - 68 2003 : - 33 2004 : + 206 2005 : + 150 2006 : + 231 2007 : 2008 : 2009 : Jul-19-10 79 Side 79
  • 80. 2001 : - 6 2002 : - 68 2003 : - 33 2004 : + 206 2005 : + 150 2006 : + 231 2007 : + 644 2008 :__ + 540 2009 : + 414 Jul-19-10 80 Side 80
  • 81. 1.  Real Participation 2.  Development Plans 3.  Financing and Construction Side 81
  • 82. We need more focus on how to Plan - and create - Living Towns for People – Good Luck! Side 82