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CABE Urban Design Summer School - Phil Jones Associates

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Pecha Kucha presentation from Phil Jones Associates shown as part of the CABE Urban Design Summer School 2010

Pecha Kucha presentation from Phil Jones Associates shown as part of the CABE Urban Design Summer School 2010

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  • 1. Urban Design meets Transport Planning Phil Jones 12 July 2010
  • 2. MADE Lane width = 3.65m It’ll never pass Safety Audit!! DCLG Urban Designers Town Planners Engineers Transport Planners CIHT IHE Policy Quality Big picture stuff Design Design Design!!
  • 3.
    • Research, policy and guidance
    • New developments
    • Existing places
    What do we do?
  • 4.
    • First recognition of place function of streets by Department of Transport
    • Discourages segregated and divisive roads that have little place function
    • “ A street is a highway that has important public realm functions beyond the movement of traffic.”
    Manual for Streets (2007)
  • 5. ???? MfS DMRB
  • 6. Manual for Streets 2 (2010) Wider Application of the Principles
    • Takes MfS principles out of the residential ghetto and applies them to all non-trunk highways
    • To be published 29 September 2010 Birmingham conference 5 October 2010
    • General advice on street planning/design
    • Nitty gritty stuff on how to reduce clutter, tighten carriageways, make places more pedestrian and cycle friendly.
    • “ ...most MfS advice can be applied to a highway regardless of speed limit. It is therefore recommended that as a starting point for any scheme affecting non-trunk roads, designers should start with MfS . ”
    Manual for Streets 2
  • 7. South Yorkshire – Residential Design Guide
    • Prepared in conjunction with Studio REAL
    • Integration of Urban Design Guidance, Building for Life policies and Highway Standards
    • Currently out for consultation
    • Someone in this room thinks it’s rubbish...
  • 8. North-West Cheltenham – 4500 Dwellings for Bloor Homes
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  • 10. Boulevard Avenue High Street
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  • 12. Seven Sisters Country Park, East Sussex
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  • 16. Bexleyheath, Outer London
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