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Getting around the suburbs
Guiding development to accessible locations
Urban Design London
October 2015
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Presentation Structure
Current trends
Locations
Managing Travel Demand
Conclusions
October 2015Guiding development to ac...
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Living in the Suburbs – some of the pros and cons
October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 3
Good Not so g...
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House prices and rail fares
October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 4
£1450 - £1600 £1950 - £2600
£1600 -...
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Planned Rail Improvements – Implications for Outer Suburbs?
October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 5
£14...
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Peak Hour Car Use – how can we reduce it?
October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 6
• Plan showing car mo...
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Car Ownership – has it peaked?
October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 7
• Plan showing car ownership by ...
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Peak Hour Cycle Use – how can we increase it?
October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 8
• Plan showing cy...
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Accessible locations – is PTAL best tool?
Example bullet point for longer sentences and
paragraphs.
It will take a UK-wi...
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Reducing car use – Transport Enhancements
October 2015
Guiding development to accesible locations
10
Better walking netw...
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Reducing car use – Planning/Policy Interventions
October 2015
Guiding development to accesible locations
11
Encourage hi...
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Conclusions
October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 12
Outer London has great potential
Step change in pr...
DISCLAIMER: This work may only be used within the context and scope of work
for which Steer Davies Gleave was commissioned...
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Getting Around - 6 October 2015

  1. 1. Getting around the suburbs Guiding development to accessible locations Urban Design London October 2015
  2. 2. | Presentation Structure Current trends Locations Managing Travel Demand Conclusions October 2015Guiding development to accessible locations 2
  3. 3. | Living in the Suburbs – some of the pros and cons October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 3 Good Not so good More affordable housing Access to job opportunities More green space/gardens Local shopping/leisure Better schools The School Run Easier parking More dependence on car Rail access to Central London Local public transport Less congestion Getting around on foot/cycle
  4. 4. | House prices and rail fares October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 4 £1450 - £1600 £1950 - £2600 £1600 - £1950 £2600 +0 - £1450 Monthly cost ● Indicator reflects combined cost of living/commuting in South East England ● Based on Land Registry house price data and average deposits ● Combined cost falls significantly in pockets: NE/SE London Heathrow ● The gap is getting wider ● Increased propensity for commuting to Centre
  5. 5. | Planned Rail Improvements – Implications for Outer Suburbs? October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 5 £1450 - £1600 £1950 - £2600 £1600 - £1950 £2600 + Monthly cost
  6. 6. | Peak Hour Car Use – how can we reduce it? October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 6 • Plan showing car mode share by district • Central, Inner, Outer London + ring of districts/Boroughs immediately outside • From 2011 Census
  7. 7. | Car Ownership – has it peaked? October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 7 • Plan showing car ownership by district • Central, Inner, Outer London + ring of districts/Boroughs immediately outside • From 2011 Census • Has car ownership peaked
  8. 8. | Peak Hour Cycle Use – how can we increase it? October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 8 • Plan showing cycle journey to work mode shares by District/Borough • From 2011 Census
  9. 9. | Accessible locations – is PTAL best tool? Example bullet point for longer sentences and paragraphs. It will take a UK-wide perspective, taking appropriate account of the national, regional and local implications of any proposals. It should consider all factors relevant to a thorough assessment of relevant options, including environmental, economic and social costs and benefits, and, where necessary, operational, commercial and technical viability. The objective is to identify and recommend to Government options for maintaining the UK’s status as an international hub for aviation. October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 9
  10. 10. | Reducing car use – Transport Enhancements October 2015 Guiding development to accesible locations 10 Better walking networks Comprehensive cycle networks Quietways mini-Hollands Enhanced cycle parking At major nodes Within new developments Cycle hire schemes Orbital public transport improvements Improved access to taxis – Uber Pool? Reallocation of roadspace: Priority lanes HOV lanes Car clubs – including electric vehicles
  11. 11. | Reducing car use – Planning/Policy Interventions October 2015 Guiding development to accesible locations 11 Encourage higher density development Wider range of land-uses Direct development/improve attractiveness of existing centres Improve cycle parking provision in new developments Design for and consolidate home deliveries Incentives to encourage use of public transport? Enhanced access to taxis – UberPool? Government initiatives/incentives to encourage major employers to relocate from Central London? Reduce parking provision in new developments to discourage multiple car ownership? Workplace parking charges?
  12. 12. | Conclusions October 2015Guiding development to accesible locations 12 Outer London has great potential Step change in provision needed for sustainable modes: Reduce peak hour car use Improve access to local facilities Reduce need for multiple car ownership Higher density development Underpins public transport viability Requires reduced car parking provision Requires better cycle parking provision Outer London could be the location of choice for residents and businesses
  13. 13. DISCLAIMER: This work may only be used within the context and scope of work for which Steer Davies Gleave was commissioned and may not be relied upon in part or whole by any third party or be used for any other purpose. Any person choosing to use any part of this work without the express and written permission of Steer Davies Gleave shall be deemed to confirm their agreement to indemnify Steer Davies Gleave for all loss or damage resulting therefrom. Questions Adrian.cole@sdgworld.net

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