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Planning Advisory Service Conference in Cambridge 21, 22 March 2013

  1. 1. Dr Nicholas Falk, Founding Director, URBED www.urbed.coop postcardfromthefuture.wordpress.com
  2. 2. Introduction: Infrastructure affects values • Location, location and location - Harold Samuel • …. The lack of house building - enabling infrastructure. It is no accident that investment in housing output in the UK is among the lowest in the developed world - Local Growth White Paper 2010 • But it should be obvious that mere abstinence is not enough by itself to build cities or drain fens – John Maynard Keynes 1926
  3. 3. Introduction: Values are changing • Protecting the past (early C.20th) • Meeting present needs (post war) • Balancing future priorities (C.21st)
  4. 4. Introduction: Growth follows infrastructure
  5. 5. Introduction: Growth may take many forms
  6. 6. Introduction: Steps to growth... 1. Growth in the right places 2. Sustainable infrastructure 3. Balanced communities and Stewardship
  7. 7. Growth in the right places: Brighton's New England Quarter - LEP’s?
  8. 8. Growth in the right places: Manchester’s Ancoats and New Islington
  9. 9. Growth in the right places: Yeovil Urban Village
  10. 10. Growth in the right places: Brentford Lock West
  11. 11. Sustainable Infrastructure: Joint Venture (Derwenthorpe, York)
  12. 12. Sustainable Infrastructure: Land as equity/City Deal (Barton, Oxford)
  13. 13. Sustainable Infrastructure: Revolving funds EIB/CIL (Vathorst, NL)
  14. 14. Balanced Communities: Community Trusts (Lightmoor, Telford)
  15. 15. Balanced Communities: Public enterprise (Camden, London)
  16. 16. Balanced Communities: Public enterprise (Paris Rive Gauche)
  17. 17. Balanced Communities: Connected Cities
  18. 18. Future Scenarios: What do we want?
  19. 19. Want to know more? Visit www.urbed.coop for the full SUNN report

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