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ideas workshop presentation - full

  1. 1. facilitators<br />Nick Wright<br />Viv Collie <br />New City Vision<br />Steven Black <br />Harry O’Donnell<br />
  2. 2. please...<br />Respect other people’s views<br />Don’t dominate the conversation<br />Feel free to explore ideas<br />
  3. 3. your ideas<br />What would the open space be used for? <br />Who by?<br />Who would manage it?<br />How would it look?<br />What changes would you make to the buildings?<br />
  4. 4. parameters<br />90 – 115 houses and flats<br />high quality design<br />at least 20% open space<br />
  5. 5. who we’ve met<br />Belhaven Nursery<br />Clarendon House Nursery<br />Dunard Primary<br />Kelvindale Primary<br />Cleveden Secondary <br /> Beavers Cubs<br /> Brownies Guides<br />
  6. 6. what did they tell us?<br />
  7. 7. how they see it now<br />raised beds<br />wild plants, insects, grass<br />paths<br />bike jump<br />
  8. 8. how they see it now<br />drinking, noise, vandalism<br />derelict building<br />messy, dog dirt, glass<br />dogs<br />unwelcoming, unsafe<br />would like to use it more<br />
  9. 9. what were theirideas?<br />
  10. 10.
  11. 11.
  12. 12. flowers<br />birds<br />pond<br />wetland<br />bird hide<br />sensory garden<br />fewer trees<br />yoga<br />benches to sit on<br />open space<br />simple rain shelter<br />think house<br />rockery, fairy dell<br />big clock<br />no dogs<br />food: allotments, greenh’ses<br />orchard<br />beehives<br />cafe, shop, recycling market<br />family picnics<br />huts for clubs<br />fence + security<br />farm?<br />grass pitch, running track<br />bmx, bike practice<br />quadbikes, motorbikes?<br />swing park, climbing frame<br />sandpit<br />adventure play, tree house paintball<br />performance stage<br />
  13. 13. things to think about<br />how public? how communal?<br />access + security <br />impact on residents<br />people’s safety<br />network of green spaces<br />mix of things<br />use across the seasons<br />maintenance + management<br />
  14. 14. Project by<br />3XL class Cleveden Secondary School<br />Shelley, Daniel, Calum, Amy, Kirsty, Daniel, Taylor, Scott, Edward, Lisa Marie, Jodie<br />November 2010<br />
  15. 15. CloustonStreet<br />The future of the “Meadow”<br />
  16. 16. Our XL class<br />We were asked to think about possible uses for an extra piece of land that would be left by the potential builders.<br />
  17. 17. What did we do?<br />Steven Black from New City Vision (Builders)<br />Nick Wright came to speak to us<br />We tried to do a site visit<br />
  18. 18. How did we get information?<br />We did not manage to visit the site, but Nick Wright came to the class and showed us plans and photographs<br />
  19. 19. Who has an interest in the future of the land?<br />The local people who have made allotments<br />Glasgow City Council who own the land<br />The Builder<br />
  20. 20. Where did we get background information?<br />We looked at newspaper articles about<br /> the Meadow Campaign<br />The legal situation (land owned by GCC)<br />What the builders are planning to do.<br />We also looked at site plans<br />
  21. 21. What did we conclude?<br />We decided that Glasgow City Council will want to sell the land for building<br />The builder will leave a little bit of land for the public<br />The meadow campaigners will be difficult to persuade<br />
  22. 22. What would make everyone happy?<br />If the builders get to build, they will be happy<br />If the land is sold GCC will be pleased to get the money<br />Could we suggest anything that would please the Meadow Campaigners?<br />
  23. 23. The building site and the spare land<br />If the spare land was in the centre of a square of flats and houses, the people who own the houses will not want the public going in.<br />If the spare land was on the edge of the houses, it would not feel so much a part of the new building site, and more a part of the local area. <br />
  24. 24. Who would use it?<br />Children?<br />Retired people?<br />Gardeners? Would there be enough land left for a few vegetable beds? Who would work them?<br />Anyone who wanted to relax?<br />
  25. 25. Our plans<br />We have attached some pictures<br />We thought that we should try to make the area vandal proof, by using metal rather than wooden benches.<br />The play area would be for small children<br />We would put in a small pond<br />We would plant trees and flowers<br />We would put in some small raised beds that could be used by the local gardeners<br />
  26. 26. Our conclusions<br />None of us live in the local area, so we had to read about what local people think.<br />We tried to look at the views of all the people concerned<br />We tried to suggest an area that people could get to easily and would want to use<br />
  27. 27. Garden Plan.<br />
  28. 28. What would the open space be used for? <br />Who by?<br />Who would manage it?<br />How would it look?<br />What changes would you make to the buildings?<br />90 – 115 houses and flats<br />high quality design<br />at least 20% open space<br />
  29. 29. model <br />image<br />words<br />
  30. 30. What would the open space be used for? <br />Who by?<br />Who would manage it?<br />How would it look?<br />What changes would you make to the buildings?<br />90 – 115 houses and flats<br />high quality design<br />at least 20% open space<br />

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