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Presentation of Miami Valley Land Development Suitability Assessment Report to MVRPC Board

Presentation of Miami Valley Land Development Suitability Assessment Report to MVRPC Board

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Miami Valley Land Development Suitability Assessment Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Miami Valley Land Development Suitability Assessment Board of Directors January 8, 2009 Martin Kim, Director of Regional Planning
  • 2. “Going Places” Planning Process
    • 3 Phase process with an estimated timeline of 4 years
      • Phase I – Existing Condition Assessment: Physical and Non-Physical Condition Evaluation (Est. 1.5 Yrs: July 2007 – December 2008)
      • Phase II – Future Landscape Exploration: Future Land Use Scenario Development and Assessment (Est. 2 Yrs: January 2009 – December 2010)
      • Phase III – Building a Clear and Shared Regional Growth Framework (Est. 6 months: January 2011 – June 2011)
  • 3. Study Overview
    • To provide a comprehensive overview of Region’s landscape as a f inal portion of the physical condition evaluation of “Going Places: An Integrated Land Use Vision for the Miami Valley Region”
      • Evaluate suitability of regional land for potential future land development
      • Examine existing use of land
      • Identify developable land for potential future development
    • Study Area
      • Greene, Miami and Montgomery counties and cities of Carlisle, Franklin, and Springboro in Warren County
  • 4. Regional Land Evaluation
    • Regional Land Evaluation was conducted by examining:
      • Historical Land Development Pattern
      • Land Suitability
      • Land Development Condition
      • Land Development Intensity
      • to identify the location and amount of developable land in the Region
  • 5. Land Suitability
    • A comprehensive regional land suitability measure was developed by combining suitability measures from:
      • Land Suitability Assessment – Natural Environment Factors
      • Land Suitability Assessment – Built Environment Factors
  • 6. Land Development Condition
    • Using 2007 Land Use/Land Cover data obtained from Greene, Miami, Montgomery, and Warren counties, land use information was reclassified into:
      • Undeveloped
      • Fully Developed
      • Partially Developed
      • Protected
  • 7. Land Development Intensity
    • Land Development Intensity was examined by using the Transect concept
  • 8. Land Developability Analysis Framework Not Developable Not Developable Protected Not Developable Developable Undeveloped Not Developable Developable Partially Utilized NA NA Fully Utilized Developed Land Development Condition Measure Not Suitable Suitable Land Suitability Measure  
  • 9. Urbanization Trends
    • Population:
      • 346,864
    • Urbanized Area:
    • 66.2 sq miles
    • Population Density:
    • 5,236 pop/sq mi
  • 10. Urbanization Trends
    • Population:
      • 501,694
    • Urbanized Area:
    • 149.0 sq miles
    • Population Density:
    • 3,366 pop/sq mi
  • 11. Urbanization Trends
    • Population:
      • 606,549
    • Urbanized Area:
    • 185.9 sq miles
    • Population Density:
    • 3,263 pop/sq mi
  • 12. Urbanization Trends
    • Population:
      • 596,134
    • Urbanized Area:
    • 253.7 sq miles
    • Population Density:
    • 2,350 pop/sq mi
  • 13. Urbanization Trends
    • Population:
      • 613,147
    • Urbanized Area:
    • 274.1 sq miles
    • Population Density:
    • 2,237 pop/sq mi
  • 14. Urbanization Trends
    • Population:
      • 723,955
    • Urbanized Area:
    • 327.6 sq miles
    • Population Density:
    • 2,210 pop/sq mi
  • 15. Miami Valley Region
  • 16. Land Suitability
  • 17. Land Development Condition
  • 18. Developable Land
  • 19. Application
    • Illustrates how the land developability analysis can be used as a tool to assist local planning efforts
    • Zoning Vs. Land Development Condition Future Land Use Vs. Land Development Condition
  • 20. Application – Zoning Zoned for Development Vs. Land Developability Measure Not Zoned for Development Vs. Land Developability Measure
  • 21. Conclusion
    • Not all of our land is equal in terms of development potential – some areas are better suited for physical development than others
    • The study provides a comprehensive overview of the existing regional landscape and the quantity of developable land
    • However, a determination of how much land is really needed for future development will be only appropriate when the future land use demand is considered
    • The entire Region will benefit if development is planned and executed in a manner that takes full advantage of our existing infrastructure and not threatening the quality of our natural resources
  • 22. For More Information
    • Martin Kim, Director of Regional Planning at [email_address]
    • Grant Garstka, GIS Specialist/Planner at [email_address]