2010 AICP STUDY SESSIONCURRENT TRENDS<br />Sharon Jenkins-Owen,AICP<br />SJO LAND CONSULTANTS, LLC<br />April 2010<br />
RESOURCES<br />PAS – Planning Advisory Reports<br />US Census News Releases www.census.gov<br />Conference topics<br />Loo...
TRENDS<br />STUDYING TRENDS<br />Learn from history<br />Different Perspectives<br />Springboard solutions for local issue...
CURRENT TRENDS<br />Sustainable Growth<br />Green Building<br />Traditional Neighborhood Development<br />New Urbanism<br ...
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT<br />“Development thatmeets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future ge...
SUSTAINABILITY<br />Healthy communities<br />Natural and historic resources are preserved<br />Jobs available<br />Sprawl ...
TRADITIONAL NEIGHBORHOOD<br />14 Points<br />Discernable center<br />Dwellings within 5 minute walk of center<br />Wide va...
NEW URBANISM<br />www.cnu.org<br />Walkable, human-scaled neighborhoods as the building blocks of sustainable communities ...
SMART GROWTHwww.smartgrowth.org<br />Create range of housing opportunities and choices <br />Create walk-able neighborhood...
GREEN DEVELOPMENT<br />www.usgbc.org<br />Environmentally responsible<br />Healthy environment<br />Includes site design a...
TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT<br />Walkabledesign/pedestrian priority<br />Train station prominent feature of town center<b...
AFFORDABLE HOUSING<br />www.nhi.org and www.huduser.org/datasets/il/06/index.html<br />HUD Median Family Income<br />PITI ...
AFFORDABLEHOUSING<br />Also called:<br />Workforce Housing(up to 150% depending on local jurisdiction)<br />Attainable Hou...
Census Trendshttp://www.census.gov/Press-Release/www/releases/<br />2010 US CENSUS<br />Process<br />FACTS FOR FEATURES<br...
GOOD LUCK!<br />SJODMO@embarqmail.com<br />SJO LAND CONSULTANTS, LLC<br />
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2010 Current Trends

  1. 1. 2010 AICP STUDY SESSIONCURRENT TRENDS<br />Sharon Jenkins-Owen,AICP<br />SJO LAND CONSULTANTS, LLC<br />April 2010<br />
  2. 2. RESOURCES<br />PAS – Planning Advisory Reports<br />US Census News Releases www.census.gov<br />Conference topics<br />Look for national trends<br />Periodical Review<br />APA Magazine<br />JAPA<br />ULI<br />Websites<br />www.planning.org<br />www.floridaplanning.org<br />www.planetizen.com<br />Treasure Coast Chapter http://www.floridaplanning.org/treasurecoast/aicp_links.asp<br />
  3. 3. TRENDS<br />STUDYING TRENDS<br />Learn from history<br />Different Perspectives<br />Springboard solutions for local issues<br />
  4. 4. CURRENT TRENDS<br />Sustainable Growth<br />Green Building<br />Traditional Neighborhood Development<br />New Urbanism<br />Smart Growth<br />Mixed Use/Density<br />Economic<br />TOD (Transit Oriented)<br />Environment<br />Affordable Housing<br />Foreclosures<br />Population Trends from the Census<br />Planning for the Elderly<br />Disaster Planning <br />Urban Farms<br />Eminent Domain<br />
  5. 5. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT<br />“Development thatmeets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”<br />Needs: Priority given to the essential needs of poor (equity)<br />Limitations to ensure environment’s ability to meet present and future needs – healthy communities<br />
  6. 6. SUSTAINABILITY<br />Healthy communities<br />Natural and historic resources are preserved<br />Jobs available<br />Sprawl contained<br />Neighborhoods secure<br />Education is lifelong<br />Transportation and healthcare accessible<br />Quality of life<br />
  7. 7. TRADITIONAL NEIGHBORHOOD<br />14 Points<br />Discernable center<br />Dwellings within 5 minute walk of center<br />Wide variety of housing types<br />Shops and offices at edge of neighborhood<br />Ancillary building allowed in back yard<br />Elementary school –walkable<br />Small playgrounds near dwellings<br />Connected street network<br />Narrow Streets<br />Parking lots and garage doors not in front <br />Buildings in center close to street<br />Civic buildings<br />Self governing neighborhood<br />
  8. 8. NEW URBANISM<br />www.cnu.org<br />Walkable, human-scaled neighborhoods as the building blocks of sustainable communities and regions<br />Restoration of existing urban centers and towns <br />Reconfiguration of sprawling suburbs <br />Real neighborhoods diverse districts<br />Conservation of natural environments<br />Preservation <br />
  9. 9. SMART GROWTHwww.smartgrowth.org<br />Create range of housing opportunities and choices <br />Create walk-able neighborhoods <br />Encourage community andstakeholder collaboration<br />Foster distinctive, attractive communities with a strong Sense of Place<br />Make development decisions predictable, fair and cost effective<br />6. Mix land uses<br />7. Preserve open space, farmland, natural beauty and critical environmental areas<br />8. Provide a variety of transportation choices<br />9. Strengthen and direct development towards existing communities<br />10. Take advantage of compact building design<br />
  10. 10. GREEN DEVELOPMENT<br />www.usgbc.org<br />Environmentally responsible<br />Healthy environment<br />Includes site design as well as construction<br />Xeriscaping,indigenous plants<br />Energy efficient building design <br />Reduce operating costs <br />LEED certification<br />Rating system for projects: Certified, Silver, Gold, Platinum<br />
  11. 11. TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT<br />Walkabledesign/pedestrian priority<br />Train station prominent feature of town center<br />Regional node: mix of uses in close proximity including office, residential, retail, and civic uses <br />High density, high-quality development within 10-minute walk circle surrounding train station<br />Collector support transit systems including trolleys, streetcars, light rail, and buses, etc<br />Designed to include the easy use of bicycles, scooters, and rollerblades as daily support transportation systems<br />http://www.transitorienteddevelopment.org/<br />
  12. 12. AFFORDABLE HOUSING<br />www.nhi.org and www.huduser.org/datasets/il/06/index.html<br />HUD Median Family Income<br />PITI (Principal, interest, taxes and insurance) costs that are not more than 30 percent of the purchasing family's monthly income.<br />Whatever method you choose to define affordability must be justified based on local conditions rental affordability is defined by the HOME reg at 92.252. <br />
  13. 13. AFFORDABLEHOUSING<br />Also called:<br />Workforce Housing(up to 150% depending on local jurisdiction)<br />Attainable Housing<br />Community Housing<br />Cost Burdened Households<br />Credit Card Debt<br />Qualifying for a Mortgage<br />NIMBY<br />Location<br />
  14. 14. Census Trendshttp://www.census.gov/Press-Release/www/releases/<br />2010 US CENSUS<br />Process<br />FACTS FOR FEATURES<br />Demographics<br />US Pop 1946 141 Million +/-<br />US Pop 2008 304 Million +/-<br />Aging population More than doubles by 2050<br />Over 65 years:<br /> 2009: 39 million<br /> 2050: 89 Million projected <br />Under 15 years<br /> 2009: 62 million<br /> 2050: 85 million<br />41% over 65 report some level of disability<br />154.1 million US Females<br />149.9 million US Males<br />Black 12.8%<br />Hispanic 15.4%<br />
  15. 15. GOOD LUCK!<br />SJODMO@embarqmail.com<br />SJO LAND CONSULTANTS, LLC<br />

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