Design Review - Car Parking EventMADEBirmingham12th September 2012Martin StockleyCEng, FICE, FIStructE, MCILT, FRSAManagin...
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Car parking is not a single consistentactivity -Don’t lump it all together under one titleand treat the sameThink about th...
Car parking for residential andcommercial office properties•It is not a commercial car park•More akin to ‘car storage’•Mov...
The Developer’s view:Influenced by -•sales and sales agents•planners•designers•others?                          STOCKLEY
Developer is interested in•What did we sell yesterday?- existingmarkets?•Can we make our own market?•What can we sell indi...
Planners interested in•Local planning policy - numbers•Council Members and their constituents•Practical problems - residen...
Dilemma of dealing with bothcomplimentary and conflicting aimsImportant not to aim to ‘solve’ specificsoutside of the contex...
The Design Review Panelview:Interested in -•design (global to detail)•the bigger picture•value for money•costs•planning•sa...
The Design Review Panel’s key tools:•independence - not answerable toeither developer or LA or otherstakeholders•wide expe...
Design review•How does the whole place work?•How do we help make this part of theexisting place?•Detail, detail, detail......
What can we do to improve?•Have a better, more specific understandingof what you are trying to resolve•Think about the plac...
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  • Design Review Car Parking event- Martin stockley

    1. 1. Design Review - Car Parking EventMADEBirmingham12th September 2012Martin StockleyCEng, FICE, FIStructE, MCILT, FRSAManaging Director - STOCKLEYPlaces Matter! Design Review Panel ChairmanCABE Built Environment ExpertCABE Thames Tideway Tunnel Panel MemberCABE Crossrail Panel MemberMADE Design Review Panel MemberYorkshire Design Review Panel MemberEnglish Heritage Urban Panel MemberBath Urban Regeneration Panel MemberBath Transport Commission STOCKLEY
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    5. 5. Car parking is not a single consistentactivity -Don’t lump it all together under one titleand treat the sameThink about the movementcharacteristics and human activity STOCKLEY
    6. 6. Car parking for residential andcommercial office properties•It is not a commercial car park•More akin to ‘car storage’•Movement characteristics tend to befocussed on morning and early eveningpeaks•Users are regulars•Users are at the end of their journeys•Users are part of a local community STOCKLEY
    7. 7. The Developer’s view:Influenced by -•sales and sales agents•planners•designers•others? STOCKLEY
    8. 8. Developer is interested in•What did we sell yesterday?- existingmarkets?•Can we make our own market?•What can we sell individual propertiesfor?•How do we minimise infrastructurecosts?•How do we assure buyers of control oftheir own space? STOCKLEY
    9. 9. Planners interested in•Local planning policy - numbers•Council Members and their constituents•Practical problems - residentsunreasonable demands•Environmental quality, sustainability etc STOCKLEY
    10. 10. Dilemma of dealing with bothcomplimentary and conflicting aimsImportant not to aim to ‘solve’ specificsoutside of the context of a ‘resolution’ ofthe whole. e.g. technical highwaysstandardised responseThis is where design review comes intoits own STOCKLEY
    11. 11. The Design Review Panelview:Interested in -•design (global to detail)•the bigger picture•value for money•costs•planning•sales STOCKLEY
    12. 12. The Design Review Panel’s key tools:•independence - not answerable toeither developer or LA or otherstakeholders•wide experience•specific experience•cutting-edge experience•a background of success (the Lendlfactor) STOCKLEY
    13. 13. Design review•How does the whole place work?•How do we help make this part of theexisting place?•Detail, detail, detail....•How do we minimise infrastructure andachieve good community interaction?•How do we avoid more ‘controlling’measures? Support self-sufficiency. STOCKLEY
    14. 14. What can we do to improve?•Have a better, more specific understandingof what you are trying to resolve•Think about the place first and how wewant the public realm to be•Question policy (private and public) to besure that it is relevant to the site and context•Don’t be deterred by technical opposition,make your own assessment of hazard andrisk•Be creative in responding to each site•The LA are agents not designers - it is the STOCKLEYdesign team’s responsibility to get this stuff

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