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

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