Cop19 uhnp - part II urban and housing national policy

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Cop19 uhnp - part II urban and housing national policy

  1. 1. Urban and Housing National Policy COP19/CMP9 United Nations Climate Change Conference Warsaw 2013 November 2013
  2. 2. CONTENT I. Context: Urban and housing reality in Mexico II. Urban and housing national policy: Challenges, strategies and instruments III. Sustainable strategies IV. Instruments for controlling the growth of urban sprawl
  3. 3. II. Urban and Housing National Policy The National Urban and Housing Policy plays a crucial role in the National Development Plan 2013-2018 Aim: Providing an adequate scenario for the development of dignified living conditions Strategies Axis: Inclusive Mexico  Migrating into a new model of smart and sustainable urban development which primarily fosters the quality of life for citizens  Responsible reduction of Housing backwardness through improving and retrofitting the existing housing stock as well as promoting means for the acquisition of new dwelling  Improving the mechanisms to coordinate institutions over the three levels of government, to achieve sustainable territorial planning, and boosting the development of regional, urban and metropolitan housing.
  4. 4. II. Urban and Housing National Policy The National Urban and Housing Policy plays a crucial role in the National Development Plan 2013-2018 Approach: Democratizing productivity Measures  Promoting the efficient use of national territory through jurisdictional certainty of land, mitigating agricultural land partitioning, arranging urban territory and developing competitive cities.
  5. 5. II. Urban and Housing National Policy The target of the new model of urban development consist in elevating the quality of life of Mexican families and consolidating sustainable, productive and competitive cities Axis 1. New model of urban and metropolitan development 4. Land Management 2. Dignified and sustainable housing 5. Regional sustainable development and territorial management 3. Sustainable mobility 6. Disaster risk reduction
  6. 6. II. Urban and Housing National Policy 1. New model of urban and metropolitan development Strategies: • Consistent Geo-statistic information systems for efficient and integral urban planning • Establish long term agreements for urban development with government authorities • Peripheral urban contention • Implement certified developments to prevent in uncontrolled sprawl • • Financing housing with territorial criteria Availability of credits and subsidies to prevent urban growth towards inadequate areas • Review local development plans to adapt for long term goals • Restrict new settlements in non-urban and conservation areas as well as boosting new projects to consolidate their current land use • New program for rescuing public spaces • New program for urban consolidation and housing rehabilitation
  7. 7. II. Urban and Housing National Policy 2. Dignified and sustainable housing Strategies • Specific actions in interurban areas in collaboration with government institutions promoting the investment of public resources • Integration of sustainable technologies in the existing housing • Actions for optimizing use of available urban land • Improving life conditions and promoting a culture of neighbor cooperation to preserve existing housing
  8. 8. II. Urban and Housing National Policy 3. Sustainable Mobility Strategies • Collaboration mechanisms with local • Prioritize public investments authorities to coordinate urban towards public transport and nondevelopment plans with sustainable motorized mobility; over private urban transport policies. vehicle infrastructure. • Strengthen the technical capacities • Producing data to monitor of local governments to develop performance of the urban guidelines for implementing projects sustainable mobility policy to reduce the use of cars.
  9. 9. II. Urban and Housing National Policy 4. Land management Strategies • Provide incentives for interurban development in underused and abandoned areas coupled with an inclusive market vision • Promoting state and council agreements to generate local regulatory instruments • Updating and modernizing urban planning and cadastral records • Defining regulatory instruments to establish responsibilities and penalizing illegal land use and occupation • Recovering occupied federal right of way along the cities to be used
  10. 10. II. Urban and Housing National Policy 5. Regional sustainable development and territorial management Strategies • Complement master plans with sizing tools such for the following aspects: • Competitively and regional economic development • Including low income social sector • Environmental sustainability • Integrated urban and rural development • Sustainable urban mobility • Creating regional development agendas • • • Creating regional development agendas Consolidating regional development planning process Creating a new Regional Development National Policy which integrates initiatives for social and economic development
  11. 11. II. Urban and Housing National Policy 6. Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies • • • • Performing a global urban diagnosis to identify: • Vulnerability • Risk type and frequency • Quantifying and assessing threat impact in economic, social and environmental terms Direct linkage between urban planning and risk prevention policies to avoid settlements in vulnerable areas Avoid exercising federal resources in projects located in risk areas Engaging the society in the elaboration of threat preventive policies • Developing efficient alert and evacuation systems with the local authorities • Integrate and homogenize regulatory tools along with civil protection and environmental authorities • Strengthen collaboration between three levels of government • Promote regulatory modifications to establish responsibilities for civil servants and penalties for allowing construction in unsuitable areas

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