Opportunities for user-drivendecision makingPerformance BasedActivity Centre Planning
Performance-Based ActivityCentre Planning New paradigm Performanceoriented Requires anunderstanding ofwhat success is…....
Old School Compliance Retail Scale Existing network capacity Hierarchy Defends the status quo “Pleasant Mediocrity”F...
Performance-Based ActivityCentre PlanningContextChange inusers, function andscaleFuture vision of performancePerformance g...
Vision Defining success in a way that can be measured Change in User Mix Function Scale
Planning for people Existing and future User Mix Residents Workers Visitors Enterprises
User Mix  Function Meeting the needs of users Function = Drivers + Capacity Policy often tries to predetermine future ...
Drivers of user behaviour Land use planning’s strength is developing capacity torespond to drivers of user’s behaviour R...
PerformanceContextChange inusers, function andscaleFuture vision of performancePerformance goalsImpact on contextSolutions...
Measuring Performance Actual performance canonly be measuredretrospectively But we can Set performance goals Measure c...
Pracsys Performance Metrics Intensity Diversity Employment Accessibility Maturity Urban form
Performance-based decisionmaking Opportunity to support better AC decisionmaking Opportunity to better define transportp...
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  • We need to clearly understand what success looks like for usA ‘vision’ should describe the future state
  • Vision based stratgy for activity centre performance 1.0

    1. 1. Opportunities for user-drivendecision makingPerformance BasedActivity Centre Planning
    2. 2. Performance-Based ActivityCentre Planning New paradigm Performanceoriented Requires anunderstanding ofwhat success is…. A vision
    3. 3. Old School Compliance Retail Scale Existing network capacity Hierarchy Defends the status quo “Pleasant Mediocrity”FunctionVisionMetricsDecision RulesEffectiveness
    4. 4. Performance-Based ActivityCentre PlanningContextChange inusers, function andscaleFuture vision of performancePerformance goalsImpact on contextSolutions to respond to impacts
    5. 5. Vision Defining success in a way that can be measured Change in User Mix Function Scale
    6. 6. Planning for people Existing and future User Mix Residents Workers Visitors Enterprises
    7. 7. User Mix  Function Meeting the needs of users Function = Drivers + Capacity Policy often tries to predetermine future function basedupon: Existing capacity of network Existing capacity of centre Anticipated capacity constraints Not a hierarchy
    8. 8. Drivers of user behaviour Land use planning’s strength is developing capacity torespond to drivers of user’s behaviour Reflexively thinking we can control behaviours = trouble Drivers bigger than governments and developers Trends (e.g. savings rates, cost of fuel) Discontinuities (e.g. internet retail) Encourage and mitigate Intervene where necessary (evolution/revolution)
    9. 9. PerformanceContextChange inusers, function andscaleFuture vision of performancePerformance goalsImpact on contextSolutions to respond to impacts✔✔✔
    10. 10. Measuring Performance Actual performance canonly be measuredretrospectively But we can Set performance goals Measure capacity tomeet goals Assess potential impactof specific solutionsagainst goals
    11. 11. Pracsys Performance Metrics Intensity Diversity Employment Accessibility Maturity Urban form
    12. 12. Performance-based decisionmaking Opportunity to support better AC decisionmaking Opportunity to better define transportperformance in supporting AC development Solutions must respond to a vision!jmcfarlane@pracsys.com.au

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