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  • Delivering places together www.pas.gov.uk
  • Before we start…
  • Objectives for today
    • Help you to work together to plan and deliver your local agenda for place
    • Introduce you to the concept and practice of spatial planning
    • Make explicit the role of the Local Development Framework in as a delivery vehicle
  • Agenda
    • 9.30 Introductions
    • 9.45 Presentation : Spatial Planning
    • 10.15 Exercise : Delivering your priorities
    • 11.15 Coffee
    • 11.30 Exercise : Achieving your vision
    • 12.30 Review
    • 1.00 Close
    • Introductions
    • Spatial planning: context and principles
    • ‘ spatial planning goes beyond traditional land use planning to bring together and integrate policies for the development and use of land with other policies and programmes which influence the nature of places and how they function’
    • planning policy statement 1
  • Why do I need to know about spatial planning?
    • you are responsible for developing and delivering the long term vision for your area.
    • you need to work with partners to deliver the services and development necessary to achieve these long term ambitions
    • you need to meet local needs and ambitions making best use of resources.
  • Local government role : place shaping?
      • Set out in the Lyons Report in March 2007
      • Integrating all approaches together
      • Public sector working together
      • Targeting a range of issues e.g. worklessness, anti-social behaviour, housing, education
      • Seeking improved outcomes for places and communities
  • The drivers of change
    • Localism and decentralisation
    • Community led
    • Sub and city regions, neighbourhoods
    • Area / Place based budgets
    • Total Place / Total Capital
    • Targeted services
    • Best use of resources
  • How will place shaping be delivered?
    • By you with your partners through :
      • Your long term vision
      • Local priorities
      • Local Development Framework
  • Spatial planning is ..
    • …….a process of place shaping and delivery . It aims to:
    • produce a vision for the future of places that responds to the local challenges and opportunities, and is based on evidence, a sense of local distinctiveness and community derived objectives,
    • Planning Policy Statement12
  • Spatial planning is ..
    • ………… a process of place shaping and delivery. It aims to:
    • translate this vision into a set of priorities, programmes, policies, and land allocations together with the public sector resources to deliver them;
    • create a framework for private investment and regeneration that promotes economic, environmental and social well being for the area;
  • Spatial planning is ..
    • ………… a process of place shaping and delivery. It aims to:
    • coordinate and deliver the public sector components of this vision with other agencies and processes [eg LAAs];
    • create a positive framework for action on climate change; and
    • contribute to the achievement of Sustainable Development.
  • Spatial planning: principles
    • Vision
    • Strategy
    • Delivery
    • Integration
    • Partnership
    • Evidence
    • Efficiency
    • Leadership
    • Questions?
  • Exercise 1
    • Delivering your priorities
  • Council XXXX: Local priorities / targets
    • Under 18 conception rate
    • Young people aged16-18 year old who are not in education, employment or training
    • Obesity in primary school age children in reception year
  • Delivering your priorities
    • What initiatives are being undertaken?
    • Who is responsible for delivery?
    • Where are they being delivered?
  • Review
    • Do you have a joined up approach to achieve your priorities?
    • Are you targeting your delivery?
    • Opportunities for savings?
    • Coffee break
  • Exercise 2
    • Achieving your vision
  • XXXXX SCS vision …
    • Insert
  • SCS Key ambitions …
    • Insert
  • Corporate vision
    • Insert
  • Corporate plan: Aims and priorities
    • Insert
  • Achieving your vision
    • From the information you have map out your vision for the next 20 years….
    • How will you deliver your vision, plans, priorities and aims for the next 20 years?
    • Where will the new development go?
  • Review
    • Is your vision clear enough for place shaping?
    • Are you delivering your vision and satisfying you ambitions?
    • Are you tackling your current issues?
    • What is your strategy?
    • How are you going to deliver it?
  • Objectives for today
    • Help you to work together to plan and deliver your local agenda for place
    • Introduce you to the concept and practice of spatial planning
    • Make explicit the role of the Local Development Framework in as a delivery vehicle
  • Contact PAS email [email_address] web www.pas.gov.uk phone 020 7664 3000