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Presentation to Association of Local Authority Arts Officers           Tyrone Guthrie Centre – November 2011/ Planning / C...
Planning &      A short culture on     history of  the street    planningLocalism and    Culture &  the “civic   planning ...
The History of Planning• public health crisis led to garden city movement,           which led to municipal housing,      ...
Ceide Fields, County Mayo   – 6000 year old managed landscape
Anglo-Norman Waterford
Georgian DublinBetween 1700 and 1800 Dublin grew    from 60,000 to 180,000 people
Victorian Residential Suburbs  Elites moved to the suburbs, where open    space, albeit privatised, was an integral       ...
Garden SuburbsEllen Rowley, Architectural Historian:“Catholic Parish as gesamtkunstwerk”
Post-’63Post – ’63: The Zoning Era              Zoning Plans
The end of the compact city…nearly            Copenhagen Planeverywhere Plan”Copenhagen “Finger  – 1940’s strategy  – Radi...
Development AgenciesTemple Bar and Docklands: heralded the return of public space planning in  Dublin with strong cultural...
Back to the CityBetween 1990 and 2000 45,000 more people were          living in Dublin’s city centre
2000 Planning & Development Act
2010 Planningthese     So where to locate & Development Act             neighbourhoods?•   “Network Effect” for Dublin    ...
The next BIG idea…     …localism……and the civic economy!
Arcola Theatre, Dalston   – 25 year lease
Arcola Theatre, Dalston   – Fuel tech and drama
The Hub, Islington   – First in a global network of creative hubs
East London Green Network
The Art of “Place-making”   – End of the Lea Valley Fat Walk
The Art of “Place-making”   – End of the Lea Valley Fat Walk
Cultural Coalition   – For Amsterdam Olympic Stadium
Cultural Coalition   – For Amsterdam Olympic Stadium
Project for Public Spaces                 – Pittsburgh’s Market Square   Placemaking Rule #1:The community is the expert
Project for Public Spaces                              – Bryant Park           Placemaking Rule #2:90% of the success is d...
Breaking Barriers, Creating Connections   – Smithfield Square
Breaking Barriers, Creating Connections   – King’s Inns
Breaking Barriers, Creating Connections   – Saint Michan’s Park
Breaking Barriers, Creating Connections   – Ormonde Square
Social spaces• Courtyards
Social spaces• Courtyards
Social spaces• Courtyards
Social spaces• Courtyards
Social spaces• Courtyards
LifeLine HubHealthy Neighbourhood Programme for       Smithfield / Grangegorman  The LifeLine Project
Planning &culture on the street      Which came first, the culture            or the planning?
Planning &      A shortculture on     history of the street    planning                   “THANK YOU”               Cultur...
David o'connor on culture and planning at laaoa agm nov 2011
David o'connor on culture and planning at laaoa agm nov 2011
David o'connor on culture and planning at laaoa agm nov 2011
David o'connor on culture and planning at laaoa agm nov 2011
David o'connor on culture and planning at laaoa agm nov 2011
David o'connor on culture and planning at laaoa agm nov 2011
David o'connor on culture and planning at laaoa agm nov 2011
David o'connor on culture and planning at laaoa agm nov 2011
David o'connor on culture and planning at laaoa agm nov 2011
David o'connor on culture and planning at laaoa agm nov 2011
David o'connor on culture and planning at laaoa agm nov 2011
David o'connor on culture and planning at laaoa agm nov 2011
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Presentation to the Local Authority Arts Officers, Tyrone Guthrie Centre, November 2011

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David o'connor on culture and planning at laaoa agm nov 2011

  1. 1. Presentation to Association of Local Authority Arts Officers Tyrone Guthrie Centre – November 2011/ Planning / Culture / David O’Connor davidoconnor@ireland.com
  2. 2. Planning & A short culture on history of the street planningLocalism and Culture & the “civic planning on economy” the street
  3. 3. The History of Planning• public health crisis led to garden city movement, which led to municipal housing, and the 1963 Planning Act.• But then along came CARS and SUBURBANISATION, which ruined EVERYTHING.• But we got the 2000 act, which wasn’t perfect so we changed it.• But they still won’t listen to us!!!
  4. 4. Ceide Fields, County Mayo – 6000 year old managed landscape
  5. 5. Anglo-Norman Waterford
  6. 6. Georgian DublinBetween 1700 and 1800 Dublin grew from 60,000 to 180,000 people
  7. 7. Victorian Residential Suburbs Elites moved to the suburbs, where open space, albeit privatised, was an integral part of the residential form
  8. 8. Garden SuburbsEllen Rowley, Architectural Historian:“Catholic Parish as gesamtkunstwerk”
  9. 9. Post-’63Post – ’63: The Zoning Era Zoning Plans
  10. 10. The end of the compact city…nearly Copenhagen Planeverywhere Plan”Copenhagen “Finger – 1940’s strategy – Radial and orbital transit corridors – Interspersed by green spaces – Scalable solution
  11. 11. Development AgenciesTemple Bar and Docklands: heralded the return of public space planning in Dublin with strong cultural agendas
  12. 12. Back to the CityBetween 1990 and 2000 45,000 more people were living in Dublin’s city centre
  13. 13. 2000 Planning & Development Act
  14. 14. 2010 Planningthese So where to locate & Development Act neighbourhoods?• “Network Effect” for Dublin – Core strategies? Part of core vision? The Elected Member and the City Development Plan Workshop - Dublin City Council - 8th May 2010
  15. 15. The next BIG idea… …localism……and the civic economy!
  16. 16. Arcola Theatre, Dalston – 25 year lease
  17. 17. Arcola Theatre, Dalston – Fuel tech and drama
  18. 18. The Hub, Islington – First in a global network of creative hubs
  19. 19. East London Green Network
  20. 20. The Art of “Place-making” – End of the Lea Valley Fat Walk
  21. 21. The Art of “Place-making” – End of the Lea Valley Fat Walk
  22. 22. Cultural Coalition – For Amsterdam Olympic Stadium
  23. 23. Cultural Coalition – For Amsterdam Olympic Stadium
  24. 24. Project for Public Spaces – Pittsburgh’s Market Square Placemaking Rule #1:The community is the expert
  25. 25. Project for Public Spaces – Bryant Park Placemaking Rule #2:90% of the success is due to the programme
  26. 26. Breaking Barriers, Creating Connections – Smithfield Square
  27. 27. Breaking Barriers, Creating Connections – King’s Inns
  28. 28. Breaking Barriers, Creating Connections – Saint Michan’s Park
  29. 29. Breaking Barriers, Creating Connections – Ormonde Square
  30. 30. Social spaces• Courtyards
  31. 31. Social spaces• Courtyards
  32. 32. Social spaces• Courtyards
  33. 33. Social spaces• Courtyards
  34. 34. Social spaces• Courtyards
  35. 35. LifeLine HubHealthy Neighbourhood Programme for Smithfield / Grangegorman The LifeLine Project
  36. 36. Planning &culture on the street Which came first, the culture or the planning?
  37. 37. Planning & A shortculture on history of the street planning “THANK YOU” Culture &The power planning on of ideas the street

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