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RTPI Future Glasgow presentation NW

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powerpoint presentation given by Nick Wright (Nick Wright Planning and member of Future Glasgow Core Team) at RTPI Chapter event on city visioning, February 2012

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RTPI Future Glasgow presentation NW

  1. 1. the vision... how whatwe did it is it ?
  2. 2. “The best way to predict the futureis to invent it.” Alan Curtis Kay, computer scientist“Vision without action is a daydream.Action without vision is a nightmare.” old Japanese proverb
  3. 3. public engagement draft vision topic workshops policy + action final vision + action plan monitor + review
  4. 4. public engagement topic workshops
  5. 5. public engagement
  6. 6. “[Create] high self esteem and I hope in 2061 ... pride among people, especially youth; from these come the innovation and enterprise that “I may be homeless, creates wealth in the city.” but I’m not hopeless” “There are “Integrated“Every child leaves school and no more transport systemcan get a job, and is educated gangs” across the city &to the highest standard. There make it affordable.”will be very little crime and no domestic violence. Glasgow “We anaesthetize junkies.will still be the beautiful city it Ban orange walks. Have a is now.” half decent bus service” “Make people and communities the heart of Glasgow. Support community events and local festivals.”
  7. 7. public engagement The vision must focus on improving the quality of life for everybody in the city Our citizens and institutions must work together better and in radically different ways to make this happen
  8. 8. topic workshopsHealth + Wellbeing Carol Tannahill, GCPHLearning + Education Anton Muscatelli, University of GlasgowCulture, Leisure + Sport Bridget McConnell, Glasgow LifeStreets, Spaces + Public Realm Gordon Murray, University of StrathclydeSustainability + Environment John Lord, Greenspace ScotlandHousing + Sustainable Communities Martin Armstrong, GHACity Centre Stuart Patrick, Chamber of CommerceTransport, Connectivity + Infrastructure Lesley Sawers, SCDIEmployment + Worklessness Alan McGregor, University of GlasgowKnowledge + Innovation Jill Farrell, Scottish EnterpriseEconomy Stuart Gulliver, University of Glasgow
  9. 9. public engagement draft vision topic workshops
  10. 10. public engagement draft vision topic workshops final vision + action plan
  11. 11. public engagement draft vision topic workshops policy + action final vision + action plan monitor + review
  12. 12. enough what about is the how vision?
  13. 13. forall of the citizens of Glasgow
  14. 14. for all of the citizens of Glasgownot an iconic building in sight
  15. 15. 1 Happy + healthyThe basics of a healthy lifestyle for everyoneDrugs, drink, sectarianismGive people more control over their livesMove away from dependency cultureSocial enterprises as part of service deliveryNew ways of caring for older people
  16. 16. 2 Earning our livingUnlock personal opportunity + enterpriseMore small/social enterprises, self-employmentMore rewarding workLess risk-averse cultureEconomic potential of further/higher educationGlobal/UK connectivity to economic centres
  17. 17. 3 EducationPersonal development + academic performanceCreative + enterprise mindsConfident + tolerant adultsEarly years are vitalAccess to further/higher educationOther routes just as desirable
  18. 18. 4 Climate changeLow carbon Combined Heat + Power, district heatingEnergy efficient buildingsLess household waste, all recycledRenewed power/drainage infrastructureLess travel
  19. 19. 5 NeighbourhoodsVibrant, safer, more tolerantHousing to suit changing needsBetter public spaces, more access to natureMore local opportunities: work, play, learnMore decisions made locallyRe-populate, less dereliction
  20. 20. 6 City centreStill the business centreMore welcoming for citizens + visitorsHigher quality streets + public spacesLess traffic, more accessibleDesign for rainMore residents
  21. 21. 7 River ClydeBuzzing with activityOn the water + along the banksPublic access + spacesEvents + activitiesEasy to get to riverProductive use
  22. 22. 8 Getting aroundMore facilities + opportunities in neighbourhoodsLess need to travelMore sustainable + active travelBetter public transportEasier, cheaper + more comfortable not by carGlobal/UK connectivity to economic centres
  23. 23. 9 How will all this happen ?Everything’s interconnectedMassive shift in governanceLeadership – common cause – partnershipCore values...
  24. 24. creativity enterprise opportunities fairness teamwork respect
  25. 25. “This city vision is a statement of valuesabout the kind of city Glasgow aspires to be.
  26. 26. “This city vision is a statement of valuesabout the kind of city Glasgow aspires to be.It provides a long term plan to guidestrategy, policy, investment and action foryears to come.
  27. 27. “This city vision is a statement of valuesabout the kind of city Glasgow aspires to be.It provides a long term plan to guidestrategy, policy, investment and action foryears to come. Not just by the council, butevery citizen, community group, publicorganisation, business, social enterprise andgovernment body which plays a part inGlasgow’s future.”
  28. 28. “This city vision is a statement of valuesabout the kind of city Glasgow aspires to be.It provides a long term plan to guidestrategy, policy, investment and action foryears to come. Not just by the council, butevery citizen, community group, publicorganisation, business, social enterprise andgovernment body which plays a part inGlasgow’s future.”
  29. 29. What should a city vision look like? howGlasgow will look ?
  30. 30. What should a city vision look like? how ourGlasgow will jobs, homes, look ? transport ?
  31. 31. What should a city vision look like? how our statement ofGlasgow will jobs, homes, values? look ? transport ?
  32. 32. What should a city vision look like? how our statement ofGlasgow will jobs, homes, values? look ? transport ?governance,institutions ?
  33. 33. What should a city vision look like? how our statement ofGlasgow will jobs, homes, values? look ? transport ?governance, pictures, plainstitutions ? ns, words?
  34. 34. What should a city vision look like? how our statement ofGlasgow will jobs, homes, values? look ? transport ?governance,institutions ? pictures, pla ns, words? ?
  35. 35. Why was the process designedlike that ?
  36. 36. Why was the process designedlike that ?What were the limitationsof that way of doing it ?What would you do differently ?
  37. 37. Why was the process designedlike that ?What were the limitationsof that way of doing it ?What would you do differently ?Is it the ‘right’ vision for Glasgow?Does it aim high enough?
  38. 38. “[Create] high self esteem and I hope in 2061 ... pride among people, especially youth; from these come the innovation and enterprise that “I may be homeless, creates wealth in the city.” but I’m not hopeless” “There are “Integrated“Every child leaves school and no more transport systemcan get a job, and is educated gangs” across the city &to the highest standard. There make it affordable.”will be very little crime and no domestic violence. Glasgow “We anaesthetize junkies.will still be the beautiful city it Ban orange walks. Have a is now.” half decent bus service” “Make people and communities the heart of Glasgow. Support community events and local festivals.”
  39. 39. www.glasgowcityvision.comwww.surveymonkey.com/s/futureglasgow Deadline: 10 February 2012
  40. 40. Why did was the process designedlike that ?What were the limitationsof that way of doing it ?What would you do differently ?Is it the ‘right’ vision for Glasgow?Does it aim high enough?

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