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Uo d charrette_3

  1. 1. University of Dundee26th October 2012David ThompsonPlace Frameworks:Learning From Charrettes
  2. 2. Hang on……..why do anything different?
  3. 3. Is there an opportunity?
  4. 4. “Speed of decisions isthe central factor but italso includes otherissues such as qualityof development,customer service andlevel of resource”Planning 5th Oct 2012PlanningDerek MackayMinister for LocalGovernment & Planning
  5. 5. “The real trick is to befaster, better, cheaperand more convenientthan any of yourcompetitors”James CaanBusiness
  6. 6. FasterBetterCheaperConvenientSpeedQualityResourcesCustomer servicePlanningMeasuresBusinessStart up
  7. 7. Successful operation of the planning systemwill only be achieved if those involved: planningauthorities, agencies and consultees, applicants,communities, representative organisations, publicbodies, the Government and the general public,commit themselves to engaging as constructivelyas possible in the process.PAN 3/2010 Community Engagement
  8. 8. Successful operation of the planning systemwill only be achieved if those involved: planningauthorities, agencies and consultees, applicants,communities, representative organisations, publicbodies, the Government and the general public,commit themselves to engaging as constructivelyas possible in the process.PAN 3/2010 Community EngagementSo how do we do it faster, better, cheaperand more convenient ?
  9. 9. Are design-led approaches the answer?
  10. 10. Understanding requirements & planHas to happenHas to matter3 areas to focus on?
  11. 11. CollaborationDeliveryOutcomes
  12. 12. A charrette is an interactive design workshop, inwhich the public, local, professionals andstakeholders work directly with a specialised designteam to generate a specific community masterplan.Charrette Series Report, Scottish Government
  13. 13. A charrette is an interactive design workshop, inwhich the public, local, professionals andstakeholders work directly with a specialised designteam to generate a specific community masterplan.Charrette Series Report, Scottish GovernmentUnderstanding requirements & plan
  14. 14. ...engaging in planning?
  15. 15. SP=EED, Planning Aid ScotlandLevel 4 – Co Production?Harry Burns
  16. 16. Dialogue by Design
  17. 17. ...what about the design process?
  18. 18. Design Snapshot, Scottish Government
  19. 19. DistinctiveSafeMovementWelcomingAdaptableEfficient
  20. 20. ...what about the design process? Its a ProcessDesign Snapshot, Scottish Government
  21. 21. A design-led team to create and testa ‘place brief’ ….…through a tailored programme ofstakeholder engagement……to create a place specific,consenus driven masterplan?Emerging Charrette definition?
  22. 22. “..to encourage the creation of places,designed and built to last, where a highquality of life can be achieved”
  23. 23. 68 Submissions11 Exemplars3 Charrettes
  24. 24. “The SSCI Charrette Series will provide a uniqueand innovative opportunity for Scotland to developnew approaches to sustainable planning whileenabling a new level of public engagement in theplace-making process”The AimLOCATION + FORM + PEOPLE
  25. 25. Public DesignStudioPublic PresentationsWorkshop venue
  26. 26. Awareness Raising: The Local CommunityCouncillors ResidentsCommunityGroupsSchools
  27. 27. CommunityCouncilCommunityNewsletterAwareness Raising: The Local CommunityCouncillorsProjectmeetingsCommitteesResidentsCommunityGroupsPre-CharrettePaperSchoolspostcardSchoolsBriefings
  28. 28. Existing
  29. 29. 2026
  30. 30. 2060“Each growth period does not relate to the future”Place-based vision
  31. 31. 5 MinWalk
  32. 32. Connect
  33. 33. Blockages?
  34. 34. “The Charrettes are a truly innovative and excitingapproach to empowering communities that theScottish Government is pioneering on a nationalscale. They allow people to positively shape thedecision-making process in their communities in adynamic and effective way, improving the quality,attractiveness and success of places acrossScotland”Stewart Stevenson, Transport & InfrastructureMinister (01/09/2010)
  35. 35. Are Charrette techniques scaleable and replicable?
  36. 36. ...what specialist skills are required to engage?Mediation……through designCommunicate ….…through designInspire ……through design
  37. 37. ...Scalable?:Development Planning TestDesign Studio
  38. 38. Prepare: Understand the placePropose: Intense collaborative designReflect: review proposals individuallyRefine: re-engage and agreeProcess
  39. 39. Workshop Outputs
  40. 40. Final Spatial Diagram
  41. 41. Faster?Better?Cheaper?Convenient?Yes: 3 weeksYes: Quality drivenYes: £2000Yes: Time saving
  42. 42. ...Scalable:Development Management Test
  43. 43. 4 x 2 hour workshops: design ledReflect: exchange between discussionsProcess
  44. 44. Fronts & BacksMovement
  45. 45. B-Plan
  46. 46. Final submission
  47. 47. Faster?Better?Cheaper?Convenient?Yes: approved not refusedYes: Quality drivenYes: £0 Council FacilitationYes: Focused effort
  48. 48. create a place-specific delivery model for LochgellyDelivery
  49. 49. Delivery
  50. 50. OutcomesEducationHealthEmployment
  51. 51. A focus on servicesA focus on assetsA focus on place
  52. 52. Faster: Design-led, form based approaches enablecollaborative processesBetter: Enables deeper & simultaneous exploration ofcomplex issuesCheaper: More accurate planning creates more certaintyand more value from sparse resource (public and private)Convenient: More certainty creates realistic and SHAREDexpectations on deliveryFinally
  53. 53. Thank you

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