Community Planning Hastings And Rother

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Introducing the possibility of a community planning project at the Coastal Regeneration Research Centre in Hastings, April 2009.

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  • This was an example of an intensive consultation on the future of Hastings and St Leonards in East Sussex.
    A number of different plans were at draft stage and it was decided to consult on them all at once.
    This brochure summarised the plans and explained how people could get involved. It was distributed to every household in the two towns.
    (talk though)
  • Separate brochures with the plans in more detail were also produced for use at the various exhibitions and events.
    Masterplan
    Community strategy
    Millennium Community
    New housing renewal area
    Cultural strategy (not shown)
    Local action plans for each of the neighbourhood renewal priority areas
  • All of these included questionnaires with both tick boxes and space for written comments which were analysed in detail to help revise and firm up the plans.
  • All of these included questionnaires with both tick boxes and space for written comments which were analysed in detail to help revise and firm up the plans.
  • Here you seethe large sized version in use.
    Bottom left: A poster displayed around the area advertising the workshops
    Right: the workshop where the sheet was used on tables for taking people through the proposals, responding to questions and making notes on.
    Top left: Presentation session at the end of the workshops where people used them to illustrate their ideas.
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  • Community Planning Hastings And Rother

    1. 1. Community planning Hastings and Rother Inspiration and possibilities
    2. 2. Today • Taster for possible project on Community Planning at University College Hastings. • Opportunity - link between local initiatives and The Community Planning Website • Some examples of local community planning • Ideas from elsewhere
    3. 3. 3 Community Planning = ‘Planning carried out with the active participation of the end users.’ (Community Planning Website) Definition
    4. 4. 4 Community Planning = ‘Planning carried out with the active participation of the end users.’ (Community Planning Handbook, 2000) Definition
    5. 5. 5 Launched 2001 – consistent search engine favourite www.communityplanning.net
    6. 6. 6  Principles Apply to almost any situation. Worldwide applicability  Methods Huge menu of different techniques and approaches new ways of people interacting | new types of event | new support frameworks  Scenarios and Case Studies How one can use a combination of methods in a particular Community Planning framework
    7. 7. Here are some methods that have been used locally in recent years
    8. 8. 8 Consultation month • November 2002 • Joint initiative by key agencies • Over 4,000 people engaged in over 35 events - meetings, briefings, workshops • Over 1,250 written contributions containing over 150,000 words
    9. 9. 9 Information brochures…
    10. 10. 10 Tick boxTick box andand open ended questionsopen ended questions …with integrated questionnaires
    11. 11. 11 post boxes and postage paid
    12. 12. Staffed exhibitions • Bexhill Future Exhibition 2003 • Hastings Future. Exhibition at Tescos, Hollington, 2002 • Hastings Local Development Framework, Priory Meadow, 2008
    13. 13. 13 SpeakOut workshop St Leonards Housing Renewal Area, 2003
    14. 14. Models Stade Masterplan / Jerwood Gallery 2008, Bridge Community Centre 2004
    15. 15. Regeneration Centres • Robertson Street, 2002 • Hollington, 2002
    16. 16. Action planning weekend Ore Valley, 1997
    17. 17. Ideas competition for everyone, judged by everyone • Pics from CP show • Pic now Butlers Gap, George Street, 1991
    18. 18. Planning workshop - onsite Wallingers Walk Garden, West Hill, 1991
    19. 19. Learning from nearby Eastbourne schools art and architecture project 2006
    20. 20. Learning from afar 21st Century Town Meeting, USA
    21. 21. Learning from afar 21st Century Town Meeting, USA
    22. 22. Learning from afar 21st Century Town Meeting, USA
    23. 23. Learning from afar
    24. 24. Hastings Community Planning Project – some agenda ideas • Paper and web archives and resources • Identify what has worked well and what might work well for local regeneration? • Training • Project support
    25. 25. 25 Nick Wates Associates Creative Media Centre, 45 Robertson Street, Hastings TN34 1HL 01424 205446 nick@nickwates.co.uk www.nickwates.co.uk Peter Ambrose University of Brighton, 01273 643914 ambrose@solutionsinc.co.uk Andrew Church University of Brighton, 01273 642288 a.church@bton,ac.uk Thanks for listening Comments and suggestions welcome

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