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Part 1 Cardiff Local Development Plan session 1

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Cardiff Civic Society (www.cardiffcivicsociety.org) arranged two public consultation events at Cardiff University in May 2009. This presentation covered how the LDP would affect housing and work and the economy. There is a companion presentation for the second meeting.

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Part 1 Cardiff Local Development Plan session 1

  1. 1. Welcome Croeso
  2. 2. CARDIFF DEPOSIT Local Development Plan 2006 - 2021 March 2009 Discussing the local development plan LDPCOVER_Master_23.3.09.indd 1 25/03/2009 14:38:21 A plan for Cardiff?
  3. 3. Cardiff Civic CARDIFF DEPOSIT Local Development Plan 2006 - 2021 Society March 2009 Discussing the local development plan LDPCOVER_Master_23.3.09.indd 1 25/03/2009 14:38:21 A plan for Cardiff?
  4. 4. 18th & 20th May 2009 6.15pm Committee Rooms, Frameworks for urban Transport that is A 21st century work Safeguarding the Glamorgan Building Cardiff living environment sustainable environment University sponsored by Keynote: Professor John Keynote: The Work Keynote: Professor Stuart Keynote: tba Cardiff Civic Society Punter, professor of Urban Foundation/Ideopolis - key Cole, professor of Design Cardiff University findings Transport Cardiff University Discussing the Local Development Plan A Plan for Cardiff? With two topics being covered on each Cardiff Civic Society is sponsoring two evening workshops where Cardiff residents, evening, participants will have covered four of local groups and experts can discuss the the major impact areas of the LDP: newly submitted Local Development Plan (LDP) in order to formulate comments to the Monday 18th May Council - which must be made by Frameworks for urban living, housing and 9th June 2009. communities The work environment for the next twenty Each of the four sessions will: years • outline from the LDP itself what the impacts would be if it is implemented as deposited Wednesday 20th May • have a keynote contribution outlining what Sustainable transport - systems and patterns some of the major future needs of people and for a changed world opportunities will be Maintaining our environment - the price of a • give an opportunity - in a facilitated discussion - to inform what submissions might carbon footprint be made during the LDP consultation period. Email: ka.allen@btinternet.com for details This is a Wordle (wordle.net) of the Cardiff LDP
  5. 5. Session 1
  6. 6. Session 1 - What the LDP says about housing and urban design - Keynote: John Punter: Urban design and housing - Discussion moderated by Neil Harris 7.30 pm - break for networking 20 minutes
  7. 7. Session 2
  8. 8. Session 2 - What the LDP says about work and the economy - Keynote: presentation from Ideopolis - The Work Foundation - Discussion moderated by Neil Harris - Final summation of both sessions
  9. 9. The LDP “Vision”
  10. 10. The LDP “Vision” To ensure Cardiff is a world class European capital city with an exceptional quality of life and at the heart of a competitive city region.
  11. 11. Economic Vision
  12. 12. Economic Vision To ensure that Cardiff, as a competitive international capital city, is an inclusive, vibrant and thriving city in which to live and work, with a skilled and creative workforce and a buoyant business environment
  13. 13. Social Vision
  14. 14. Social Vision To create a safe, healthy and learning community which celebrates diversity and promotes genuine opportunities for all.
  15. 15. Environmental Vision
  16. 16. Environmental Vision To ensure Cardiff is a clean, safe and attractive environment which people can enjoy and care for at a local and global level.
  17. 17. Strategic objectives to deliver the vision
  18. 18. Strategic objectives to deliver the vision Mitigate and adapt to climate change and set high standards for sustainable design
  19. 19. Strategic objectives to deliver the vision Mitigate and adapt to climate change and set high standards for sustainable design Deliver sustainable growth for Cardiff and the city-region
  20. 20. Strategic objectives to deliver the vision Mitigate and adapt to climate change and set high standards for sustainable design Deliver sustainable growth for Cardiff and the city-region Protect and enhance features of Cardiff’s natural and built heritage
  21. 21. Strategic objectives to deliver the vision Mitigate and adapt to climate change and set high standards for sustainable design Deliver sustainable growth for Cardiff and the city-region Protect and enhance features of Cardiff’s natural and built heritage Create sustainable communities and improve the quality of life
  22. 22. Strategic objectives to deliver the vision Mitigate and adapt to climate change and set high standards for sustainable design Deliver sustainable growth for Cardiff and the city-region Protect and enhance features of Cardiff’s natural and built heritage Create sustainable communities and improve the quality of life Protect natural resources and tackle pollution
  23. 23. Strategic objectives to deliver the vision Mitigate and adapt to climate change and set high standards for sustainable design Deliver sustainable growth for Cardiff and the city-region Protect and enhance features of Cardiff’s natural and built heritage Create sustainable communities and improve the quality of life Protect natural resources and tackle pollution Secure an adequate supply of minerals and reduce waste
  24. 24. Strategic objectives to deliver the vision Mitigate and adapt to climate change and set high standards for sustainable design Deliver sustainable growth for Cardiff and the city-region Protect and enhance features of Cardiff’s natural and built heritage Create sustainable communities and improve the quality of life Protect natural resources and tackle pollution Secure an adequate supply of minerals and reduce waste Secure Planning Obligations to deliver infrastructure and meet needs
  25. 25. LDP on: Urban design and housing
  26. 26. LDP on: Urban design and housing
  27. 27. Policy summary from LDP
  28. 28. Policy summary from LDP High growth housing targets to match projected employment growth
  29. 29. Policy summary from LDP High growth housing targets to match projected employment growth 40% affordable, full range/ mix
  30. 30. Policy summary from LDP High growth housing targets to match projected employment growth 40% affordable, full range/ mix attention to safety
  31. 31. Policy summary from LDP High growth housing targets to match projected employment growth 40% affordable, full range/ mix attention to safety predominantly using brownfield sites
  32. 32. Policy summary from LDP High growth housing targets 2021 - housing will be to match projected employment growth 40% affordable, full range/ mix attention to safety predominantly using brownfield sites
  33. 33. Policy summary from LDP High growth housing targets 2021 - housing will be to match projected at increasing high density employment growth 40% affordable, full range/ mix attention to safety predominantly using brownfield sites
  34. 34. Policy summary from LDP High growth housing targets 2021 - housing will be to match projected at increasing high density employment growth more affordable 40% affordable, full range/ mix attention to safety predominantly using brownfield sites
  35. 35. Policy summary from LDP High growth housing targets 2021 - housing will be to match projected at increasing high density employment growth more affordable 40% affordable, full range/ mix give attention to design - layout - safety attention to safety predominantly using brownfield sites
  36. 36. Housing growth
  37. 37. Housing growth 27,442 new dwellings average 1,829 pa
  38. 38. Housing growth 27,442 new dwellings average 1,829 pa this is higher than 5 year average 1,811
  39. 39. Housing growth 27,442 new dwellings average 1,829 pa this is higher than 5 year average 1,811 significantly higher than 10 year average of 1,513
  40. 40. Housing growth 27,442 new dwellings average 1,829 pa this is higher than 5 year average 1,811 significantly higher than 10 year average of 1,513 “Current evidence suggests a significant decrease in units to be completed due to economic downturn”
  41. 41. Housing growth 27,442 new dwellings average 1,829 pa this is higher than 5 year average 1,811 significantly higher than 10 year average of 1,513 “Current evidence suggests a significant decrease in units to be completed due to economic downturn” proposed growth is:
  42. 42. Housing growth 27,442 new dwellings average 1,829 pa this is higher than 5 year average 1,811 significantly higher than 10 year average of 1,513 “Current evidence suggests a significant decrease in units to be completed due to economic downturn” proposed growth is: below level in Cardiff 2008 LHMA
  43. 43. Housing growth 27,442 new dwellings average 1,829 pa this is higher than 5 year average 1,811 significantly higher than 10 year average of 1,513 “Current evidence suggests a significant decrease in units to be completed due to economic downturn” proposed growth is: below level in Cardiff 2008 LHMA higher than SE Wales Regional Apportionment Exercise
  44. 44. Community safety and creating a safe environment
  45. 45. Community safety and creating a safe environment All new development shall be designed to promote a safe and secure environment and minimise the opportunity for crime:
  46. 46. Community safety and creating a safe environment All new development shall be designed to promote a safe and secure environment and minimise the opportunity for crime: Maximise natural surveillance of areas which may be vulnerable to crime such as publicly accessible spaces, open space, car parking areas and footpaths
  47. 47. Community safety and creating a safe environment All new development shall be designed to promote a safe and secure environment and minimise the opportunity for crime: Maximise natural surveillance of areas which may be vulnerable to crime such as publicly accessible spaces, open space, car parking areas and footpaths Have well defined routes, spaces and entrances that provide convenient movement without compromising security;
  48. 48. Community safety and creating a safe environment All new development shall be designed to promote a safe and secure environment and minimise the opportunity for crime: Maximise natural surveillance of areas which may be vulnerable to crime such as publicly accessible spaces, open space, car parking areas and footpaths Have well defined routes, spaces and entrances that provide convenient movement without compromising security; Maintain perceptible distinction between public and private spaces through well defined boundaries and defensible space;
  49. 49. Community safety and creating a safe environment All new development shall be designed to promote a safe and secure environment and minimise the opportunity for crime: Maximise natural surveillance of areas which may be vulnerable to crime such as publicly accessible spaces, open space, car parking areas and footpaths Have well defined routes, spaces and entrances that provide convenient movement without compromising security; Maintain perceptible distinction between public and private spaces through well defined boundaries and defensible space; Provide a good standard of lighting to public spaces and routes while minimising light pollution
  50. 50. Community safety and creating a safe environment All new development shall be designed to promote a safe and secure environment and minimise the opportunity for crime: Maximise natural surveillance of areas which may be vulnerable to crime such as publicly accessible spaces, open space, car parking areas and footpaths Have well defined routes, spaces and entrances that provide convenient movement without compromising security; Maintain perceptible distinction between public and private spaces through well defined boundaries and defensible space; Provide a good standard of lighting to public spaces and routes while minimising light pollution Be designed with management and maintenance in mind, to discourage crime in the present and future
  51. 51. Keynote by John Punter: Urban design and housing
  52. 52. Keynote by John Punter: Urban design and housing
  53. 53. Discussion: Urban design and housing
  54. 54. Discussion: Urban design and housing
  55. 55. Break 20 mins!
  56. 56. LDP on: Work and economy
  57. 57. LDP on: Work and economy
  58. 58. Policy summary from LDP
  59. 59. Policy summary from LDP Jobs are 88% service sector - 25% business & financial
  60. 60. Policy summary from LDP Jobs are 88% service sector - 25% business & financial Planned city office development for 20k jobs
  61. 61. Policy summary from LDP Jobs are 88% service sector - 25% business & financial Planned city office development for 20k jobs Retain ‘urban village’ feel at city sites
  62. 62. Policy summary from LDP Jobs are 88% service sector - 25% business & financial Planned city office development for 20k jobs Retain ‘urban village’ feel at city sites IBP to attract creative - bioscience - IT - HQ for air links
  63. 63. Policy summary from LDP Jobs are 88% service sector Small, green technology site - 25% business & financial Planned city office development for 20k jobs Retain ‘urban village’ feel at city sites IBP to attract creative - bioscience - IT - HQ for air links
  64. 64. Policy summary from LDP Jobs are 88% service sector Small, green technology site - 25% business & financial Focus on high skill jobs Planned city office development for 20k jobs Retain ‘urban village’ feel at city sites IBP to attract creative - bioscience - IT - HQ for air links
  65. 65. Policy summary from LDP Jobs are 88% service sector Small, green technology site - 25% business & financial Focus on high skill jobs Planned city office 2021 offices will be: development for 20k jobs Retain ‘urban village’ feel at city sites IBP to attract creative - bioscience - IT - HQ for air links
  66. 66. Policy summary from LDP Jobs are 88% service sector Small, green technology site - 25% business & financial Focus on high skill jobs Planned city office 2021 offices will be: development for 20k jobs high rise in city centre Retain ‘urban village’ feel at city sites IBP to attract creative - bioscience - IT - HQ for air links
  67. 67. Policy summary from LDP Jobs are 88% service sector Small, green technology site - 25% business & financial Focus on high skill jobs Planned city office 2021 offices will be: development for 20k jobs high rise in city centre Retain ‘urban village’ feel at city sites urban village mixed economy IBP to attract creative - bioscience - IT - HQ for air links
  68. 68. Policy summary from LDP Jobs are 88% service sector Small, green technology site - 25% business & financial Focus on high skill jobs Planned city office 2021 offices will be: development for 20k jobs high rise in city centre Retain ‘urban village’ feel at city sites urban village mixed economy IBP to attract creative - IBP HQ at junction 32, M4 bioscience - IT - HQ for air links
  69. 69. Delivering sustainable growth
  70. 70. Delivering sustainable growth Support the development of Cardiff as the heart of a sustainable competitive and integrated city region
  71. 71. Delivering sustainable growth Support the development of Cardiff as the heart of a sustainable competitive and integrated city region Maintain and enhance the vitality, attractiveness and viability of the City Centre as a place to work and live as the principal and most accessible commercial, administrative and visitor focus of the city region
  72. 72. Delivering sustainable growth Support the development of Cardiff as the heart of a sustainable competitive and integrated city region Maintain and enhance the vitality, attractiveness and viability of the City Centre as a place to work and live as the principal and most accessible commercial, administrative and visitor focus of the city region Progress the regeneration of Cardiff Bay to provide new and accessible housing, employment and leisure opportunities and visitor attractions
  73. 73. Delivering sustainable growth continued
  74. 74. Delivering sustainable growth continued Ensure a range and choice of employment land and business premises is provided to maintain and improve the economic competitiveness of the city, encourage entrepreneurship, promote growth of indigenous businesses and attract inward investment.
  75. 75. Delivering sustainable growth continued Ensure a range and choice of employment land and business premises is provided to maintain and improve the economic competitiveness of the city, encourage entrepreneurship, promote growth of indigenous businesses and attract inward investment. Assist the promotion of Cardiff as a major tourist destination including the provision of the development of a variety of good quality tourist facilities and visitor accommodation
  76. 76. Delivering sustainable growth continued Ensure a range and choice of employment land and business premises is provided to maintain and improve the economic competitiveness of the city, encourage entrepreneurship, promote growth of indigenous businesses and attract inward investment. Assist the promotion of Cardiff as a major tourist destination including the provision of the development of a variety of good quality tourist facilities and visitor accommodation Support the development of an integrated transport system
  77. 77. Capacity
  78. 78. Capacity there could be 400,00 sq m of office space developed in Bay and south Cardiff - for 20,000 employees
  79. 79. Capacity there could be 400,00 sq m of office space developed in Bay and south Cardiff - for 20,000 employees three hectares at Cardiff Gate for business development
  80. 80. Capacity there could be 400,00 sq m of office space developed in Bay and south Cardiff - for 20,000 employees three hectares at Cardiff Gate for business development General industry and warehousing - Wentloog (28 ha), Pengam (10 ha), Leckwith (8 ha)
  81. 81. Capacity there could be 400,00 sq m of office space developed in Bay and south Cardiff - for 20,000 employees three hectares at Cardiff Gate for business development General industry and warehousing - Wentloog (28 ha), Pengam (10 ha), Leckwith (8 ha) A new business park at junction 33 M4 (131 ha)
  82. 82. Capacity there could be 400,00 sq m of office space developed in Bay and south Cardiff - for 20,000 employees three hectares at Cardiff Gate for business development General industry and warehousing - Wentloog (28 ha), Pengam (10 ha), Leckwith (8 ha) A new business park at junction 33 M4 (131 ha) There is sufficient land to accommodate projected employment growth
  83. 83. Employment growth
  84. 84. Employment growth The LDP would accommodate the 10.7% growth in jobs in Cardiff (23,200 jobs), forecast by Cambridge Econometrics between 2006 and 2021, if current trends continue.
  85. 85. Employment growth The LDP would accommodate the 10.7% growth in jobs in Cardiff (23,200 jobs), forecast by Cambridge Econometrics between 2006 and 2021, if current trends continue. This forecast forms the basis for the current Economic Strategy for Cardiff and would enable the city to maintain its role within the regional and national economies
  86. 86. Retail growth Given the level of recent and current retail development in the city (90,000 sq m at St David's 2), it is not anticipated that there will be a requirement for substantial additional retail floor space over the Plan period.
  87. 87. Thoughts on Work and economy - Ideopolis/Work Foundation
  88. 88. Thoughts on Work and economy - Ideopolis/Work Foundation
  89. 89. Changing Working Patterns Findings from independent research conducted by The Work Foundation, supported by BT
  90. 90. ‘New’ and ‘old’ technologies at work © The Work Foundation. Base: All (1243)
  91. 91. New technologies are providing additional ways to communicate © The Work Foundation.
  92. 92. Employees use different communication tools for different relationships and tasks © The Work Foundation.
  93. 93. Relationships at work matter to job satisfaction – but friendships don’t rely on working in the same place… © The Work Foundation.
  94. 94. Relationships at work matter to job satisfaction – but friendships don’t rely on working in the same place… • When social capital is high, job satisfaction is high too © The Work Foundation.
  95. 95. Relationships at work matter to job satisfaction – but friendships don’t rely on working in the same place… • When social capital is high, job satisfaction is high too © The Work Foundation.
  96. 96. Relationships at work matter to job satisfaction – but friendships don’t rely on working in the same place… • When social capital is high, job satisfaction is high too • Most people do still work in a single company premises with most of their immediate colleagues © The Work Foundation.
  97. 97. Relationships at work matter to job satisfaction – but friendships don’t rely on working in the same place… • When social capital is high, job satisfaction is high too • Most people do still work in a single company premises with most of their immediate colleagues © The Work Foundation.
  98. 98. Relationships at work matter to job satisfaction – but friendships don’t rely on working in the same place… • When social capital is high, job satisfaction is high too • Most people do still work in a single company premises with most of their immediate colleagues • BUT work friendships are not reliant on working in the same physical place as colleagues © The Work Foundation.
  99. 99. Relationships at work matter to job satisfaction – but friendships don’t rely on working in the same place… • When social capital is high, job satisfaction is high too • Most people do still work in a single company premises with most of their immediate colleagues • BUT work friendships are not reliant on working in the same physical place as colleagues © The Work Foundation.
  100. 100. Relationships at work matter to job satisfaction – but friendships don’t rely on working in the same place… • When social capital is high, job satisfaction is high too • Most people do still work in a single company premises with most of their immediate colleagues • BUT work friendships are not reliant on working in the same physical place as colleagues • People do not need to work in the same physical location as their colleagues to feel confident about communicating, to form strong professional relationships or to be satisfied with their work © The Work Foundation.
  101. 101. Working relationships are the most important aspect of organisational culture © The Work Foundation.
  102. 102. Working relationships are the most important aspect of organisational culture © The Work Foundation.
  103. 103. Working relationships are the most important aspect of organisational culture © The Work Foundation.
  104. 104. Working relationships are the most important aspect of organisational culture © The Work Foundation.
  105. 105. Technology and work © The Work Foundation.
  106. 106. Technology and work • Technology is a new communication tool; it is not technology that makes the difference but how it is used © The Work Foundation.
  107. 107. Technology and work • Technology is a new communication tool; it is not technology that makes the difference but how it is used © The Work Foundation.
  108. 108. Technology and work • Technology is a new communication tool; it is not technology that makes the difference but how it is used • Working relationships matter and organisations need to create cultures that support stronger working relationships © The Work Foundation.
  109. 109. Technology and work • Technology is a new communication tool; it is not technology that makes the difference but how it is used • Working relationships matter and organisations need to create cultures that support stronger working relationships © The Work Foundation.
  110. 110. Technology and work • Technology is a new communication tool; it is not technology that makes the difference but how it is used • Working relationships matter and organisations need to create cultures that support stronger working relationships • New technologies create additional ways to interact with people – and more choices about the right technology for the right people and the right task © The Work Foundation.
  111. 111. Technology and work • Technology is a new communication tool; it is not technology that makes the difference but how it is used • Working relationships matter and organisations need to create cultures that support stronger working relationships • New technologies create additional ways to interact with people – and more choices about the right technology for the right people and the right task © The Work Foundation.
  112. 112. Technology and work • Technology is a new communication tool; it is not technology that makes the difference but how it is used • Working relationships matter and organisations need to create cultures that support stronger working relationships • New technologies create additional ways to interact with people – and more choices about the right technology for the right people and the right task • New technologies are associated with confidence and with perceiving the organisational culture as having stronger personal relationships © The Work Foundation.
  113. 113. Technology and work • Technology is a new communication tool; it is not technology that makes the difference but how it is used • Working relationships matter and organisations need to create cultures that support stronger working relationships • New technologies create additional ways to interact with people – and more choices about the right technology for the right people and the right task • New technologies are associated with confidence and with perceiving the organisational culture as having stronger personal relationships © The Work Foundation.
  114. 114. Technology and work • Technology is a new communication tool; it is not technology that makes the difference but how it is used • Working relationships matter and organisations need to create cultures that support stronger working relationships • New technologies create additional ways to interact with people – and more choices about the right technology for the right people and the right task • New technologies are associated with confidence and with perceiving the organisational culture as having stronger personal relationships • Organisations need to think about how they can best use different forms of communication and different types of technology, old and new. © The Work Foundation.
  115. 115. Ongoing importance of place: Geography of Knowledge Economy % Employment in knowledge- intensive services, 2006 Eurostat definition of knowledge intensive services includes: communications, computer services, other business services, financial services and health and education services. © The Work Foundation.
  116. 116. Ongoing importance of place: Geography of Knowledge Economy % Employment in knowledge- intensive services, 2006 Eurostat definition of knowledge intensive services includes: communications, computer services, other business services, financial services and health and education services. © The Work Foundation.
  117. 117. In summary - my notes © The Work Foundation.
  118. 118. In summary - my notes • Work has largely changed from post industrial to knowledge economy - plus the supporting services for it - creche to sports club © The Work Foundation.
  119. 119. In summary - my notes • Work has largely changed from post industrial to knowledge economy - plus the supporting services for it - creche to sports club • Buildings are for people not manufacturing processes © The Work Foundation.
  120. 120. In summary - my notes • Work has largely changed from post industrial to knowledge economy - plus the supporting services for it - creche to sports club • Buildings are for people not manufacturing processes • Most of the technological changes to working have occurred in the past 15 years - some are implemented at home, more than at work eg social networking, video conferencing and ip voice, mass transfer of high volume media eg films, music, photos © The Work Foundation.
  121. 121. In summary - my notes • Work has largely changed from post industrial to knowledge economy - plus the supporting services for it - creche to sports club • Buildings are for people not manufacturing processes • Most of the technological changes to working have occurred in the past 15 years - some are implemented at home, more than at work eg social networking, video conferencing and ip voice, mass transfer of high volume media eg films, music, photos • Technologies for adding value are - and will increasingly be - provided ‘out of the office’, not by employers: eg Google and iPhone aps; cloud computing services; books on demand © The Work Foundation.
  122. 122. In summary - my notes • Work has largely changed from post industrial to knowledge economy - plus the supporting services for it - creche to sports club • Buildings are for people not manufacturing processes • Most of the technological changes to working have occurred in the past 15 years - some are implemented at home, more than at work eg social networking, video conferencing and ip voice, mass transfer of high volume media eg films, music, photos • Technologies for adding value are - and will increasingly be - provided ‘out of the office’, not by employers: eg Google and iPhone aps; cloud computing services; books on demand • Home computers can mostly do everything an employer needs doing - often better © The Work Foundation.
  123. 123. In summary - my notes • Work has largely changed from post industrial to knowledge economy - plus the supporting services for it - creche to sports club • Buildings are for people not manufacturing processes • Most of the technological changes to working have occurred in the past 15 years - some are implemented at home, more than at work eg social networking, video conferencing and ip voice, mass transfer of high volume media eg films, music, photos • Technologies for adding value are - and will increasingly be - provided ‘out of the office’, not by employers: eg Google and iPhone aps; cloud computing services; books on demand • Home computers can mostly do everything an employer needs doing - often better • Face to face is important, will probably become more so, but for less of the time: again third-parties can provide such facilities (airports, hotels, universities, business centres) © The Work Foundation.
  124. 124. In summary - my notes • Work has largely changed from post industrial to knowledge economy - plus the supporting services for it - creche to sports club • Buildings are for people not manufacturing processes • Most of the technological changes to working have occurred in the past 15 years - some are implemented at home, more than at work eg social networking, video conferencing and ip voice, mass transfer of high volume media eg films, music, photos • Technologies for adding value are - and will increasingly be - provided ‘out of the office’, not by employers: eg Google and iPhone aps; cloud computing services; books on demand • Home computers can mostly do everything an employer needs doing - often better • Face to face is important, will probably become more so, but for less of the time: again third-parties can provide such facilities (airports, hotels, universities, business centres) • New businesses can migrate from a bedroom to boardroom without needing an office block © The Work Foundation.
  125. 125. Discussion: Work & Economy
  126. 126. Discussion: Work & Economy
  127. 127. 5 minute sum up
  128. 128. Next steps ... Cardiff Civic Society will document the key points from these sessions make inputs on the topics to Cardiff Council for 9th June You make sure CCS has your contact details, email address etc can join CCS make individual input to the LDP consultation (but be aware of the strict method and timetable)
  129. 129. Discussing the local development plan A plan for Cardiff?
  130. 130. Part 2: Wednesday, Cardiff same time and Civic place. Transport, Society Environment. Discussing the local development plan See you here! A plan for Cardiff?

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