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Events 23 2888377614

  1. 1. Lincoln’s Inherited Character
  2. 2. OPUN Workshop1. Introduce Lincoln Townscape Assessment (LTA)2. Implementation in Lincoln3. Case study workshop (20-30 mins)
  3. 3. Lincoln Townscape AssessmentAims:• Characterisation project recoding the inherited character of theentire city• Identify how the past influences the present• Take holistic approach incorporating principles of urbanism,archaeology and ecologyOutcomes• Evidence-led approach to considering future change in Lincoln• Place-based understanding and awareness of local distinctiveness• Physical structure for ‘intangible’ elements of character
  4. 4. Character Areas• Historical Development – Legibility – Tangible• Ground survey – Built environment – Experiential – Natural and semi-natural – Urban form
  5. 5. Character Areas• Mapped information for each area• Urban Form – Block Structure – Set backs – Frontages – Open Spaces – Circulation• Tells us about how an area isworking an how it is experienced
  6. 6. Character Area Statements• Statement: – Overview – Historical development – Urban Form – Views – Condition and Use – Ecological Characteristics – Bullet Points• Impartial – free from valuejudgements
  7. 7. www.heritageconnectlincoln.com• Bespoke mobile and desktop web design• 3G + smart phones• GPS – location awareInformation accessed through each place: – Statement – Heritage/ecological info – Maps – Photos – Feedback – Consultations
  8. 8. LTA Implementation• 2009-2011Place-shaping:• Planning Strategy and Policy• Neighbourhood Planning• Development Management• Final Report early 2012
  9. 9. Design and DevelopmentDevelopers• Design principles• D&A statement• Heritage studiesDM Officers• Pre-application, evaluation, negotiation and appeal stages• Conservation Area Appraisals• Masterplans• Development briefs, LDOs• NOT CONSERVATION-LED!
  10. 10. Workshop1. Review proposal and consider its contribution • Key LTA characteristics • Urban mapping • Photos and images of site and surrounds • Principles within the Design and Access statement2. Identify any alternative design principles3. Reasoning4. Present findings
  11. 11. Key LTA characteristics:• West Parade dominant street/backbone• Gable ends for civic and ecclesiastical buildings• Strong building lines• Repetitive pattern of form, scale and decoration• Corner buildings respect position• Active frontages
  12. 12. Contribution and Design PrinciplesContribution: Principles:• Secondary emphasis on West • Orientate to West Parade Parade • Pattern and style of fenestration• Low activity at street-level• Doesn’t reflect corner position • Corner feature/treatment• Plain with limited decoration • Emphasise repeated form of properties using decorative• Residential/ecclesiastical form elements• Scale, height, building line • Reduce prominence of gables, and use in smaller scale• Contemporary design (D&A) • Modern interpretation of existing characteristics
  13. 13. Key outcomes of using LTA• Shared evidence-base for the negotiation of change• Robust evidence-led place-shaping approach to local distinctiveness• Clarity, rigour and speed in decision-making• Maximise the benefit Lincoln gets from its inherited character and sense of place• Greater ability to monitor and improve how places are developed

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