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Presentation from the Design Network Conference, 21st May 2014

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    How can design review evolve, Les Sparks - Design Network Conference How can design review evolve, Les Sparks - Design Network Conference Presentation Transcript

    • After the Farrell Review How can Design Review Evolve? Les Sparks
    • How can design review evolve? Where has it come from? Where is it now? Where might it go?
    • Where has it come from Local Architects’ Panels •No presentations •Conflicts of interest •Narrow focus RFAC •Presentations but no discussion •Response by letter •Considered London-centric etc.
    • CABE’s Legacy •Presentation followed by discussion •Review by eminent practitioners from a range of professions •Development of best practice •10 key principles established •Training for panel members and chairs
    • Where are we now The Design Network Strengths • Regional coverage • Consistency of practice based on 10 principles • Support through NPPF Weaknesses • Patchy take up • Funding uncertainties and organisational insecurity • Poorly promoted
    • Design Review or PLACE Review What’s the difference? Best practice in design review is already • Inter-professional • Collaborative, not judgemental • Objective, not subjective • Sensitive to context • Independent
    • How might design review evolve further? • Open reviews; observation and engagement of 3rd parties • Strategic reviews; in depth analysis and discussion • Hands on assistance; design workshops and charettes