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Traffic Planning for Unanderra town centre - Who’s Running This Show?

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Mark Apeldoorn

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Traffic Planning for Unanderra town centre - Who’s Running This Show?

  1. 1. Traffic Planning: Unanderra Town Centre Who’s Running the Show?
  2. 2. Q: Who’s Running the Show?  Examines Consultative Representation  Fairness, equity, risk, balance  What’s right?  Who determines?  Obligations, principles, methods  Case Study: Unanderra August 9, 2016
  3. 3. Primary Objectives  Develop an understanding  Examine competing interests  Understand stakeholder influence  Guiding principles August 9, 2016
  4. 4. Stakeholder Representation  Legislative:  LGA 1993  Council’s Charter  Adequate, Equitable  Appropriate, Efficient  Effective, Accessible  Participative, Facilitative  Informed  Funder Policy  EPA Act 1979  Non-statutory  Pre-requisite  When  Who  What August 9, 2016 Legislative - Funder Policy - Council Policy
  5. 5. Stakeholder Representation  Engagement – 4 Levels  Inform  Consult  Involve  Collaborate  IAP2 Spectrum August 9, 2016 Councils - Policy Statement  For each Level  Goal  Promise (commitment)  Technique
  6. 6. Stakeholder Influence in Consultation  Purpose  Objectives  Principles  Processes  Parties  Roles  Identification  Selection  Affected  Impacted August 9, 2016 Purpose - Parties - Methods
  7. 7. Consultative Need – Level of Engagement August 9, 2016 Immaterial Effect Material Effect Indirect Impact Direct Impact Increasing degree of Impact Increasingdegreeof Effect Strong need to consult Likely need to consult Likely need to consult Lesser need to consult Inform Consult Involve Collaborate Empower Changing thresholds for involvement in consultation.
  8. 8. Method Selection August 9, 2016
  9. 9. Case Study Unanderra Master Plan & Strategies  6,000 people  20,000 vpd  Traditional highway town  Train station  Public transport  Particular demographic August 9, 2016
  10. 10. Master Plan & Access and Movement Strategy  Master Plan – Urban design  2 Stage engagement  Access & Movement  2 Stage engagement August 9, 2016
  11. 11. Consultative Process  Master Plan Stage 1 -> 2  Wide community reach  Broad -> Focused  To Inform  To Consult  To Involve August 9, 2016 2 Stages to Master Plan
  12. 12. Issues Identification
  13. 13. Understand the Audience  Census  Demographics  Knowledge  Research  Environment  Geography  Land use
  14. 14. Consultative Process  A&M Strategy Stage 1  Wide community reach  Broad subject  To Inform  To Consult  To Involve  A&M Strategy Stage 2  Wide community reach  Focused subject  To Inform  To Consult  To Involve August 9, 2016 2 Stages to Access & Movement Strategy
  15. 15. Access & Movement – Stage 1  Steering Group workshop  Community workshop  Stakeholder interviews – internal and external  Informal street conversations August 9, 2016
  16. 16. Access & Movement – Stage 2  Stakeholder letters  Community letters  Submission portal  Website  Engaging on 1st Stage implementation August 9, 2016
  17. 17. Policy vs. Delivery Access & Movement Engagement  Policy – Inform, consult, involve  Web siteWeb site  Community lettersCommunity letters  Stakeholder lettersStakeholder letters  NewslettersNewsletters  Community discussionsCommunity discussions  KiosksKiosks  Focus groupsFocus groups  WorkshopsWorkshops  Delivery August 9, 2016
  18. 18. Engagement InfluenceEngagement Influence  Land uses & activities  Community space  Parking and congestion  Walking & cycling  Public transport  Accessibility  Priority August 9, 2016
  19. 19. Takeaways  Legislative obligation  Sponsors control  Funders commitment  Community entitlement  Policy guidance  IAP2 August 9, 2016  Go wider  Vary techniques  Avoid fatigue  Avoid conflicts  Engaged community  Evidence based Obligation Practice
  20. 20. Success in Unanderra August 9, 2016

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