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Title: Leicester and Leicestershire Housing Market Area Employment Land Study


1
Leicester and Leicestershire Housing Market Area
Employment Land Study
  • PACEC, WBML Mather Jamie
  • 9th June 2008

2
The Team
  • PACEC
  • Cambridge-based economic and planning consultants
  • Warwick Business Management
  • Cambridge-based corporate and planning
    consultants
  • Mather Jamie
  • Loughborough-based chartered surveyors

3
Employment Land Study Forecasts and Land
Requirements
4
The Brief
  • Evidence base for
  • Joint employment land planning to 2026
  • Employment land policies and allocations in LDFs
  • Investment priorities and targets for LAAs and
    MAA
  • Methodology
  • Review the existing supply through criteria-based
    assessments
  • Review and critique demand forecasts
  • Produce alternative demand scenarios
  • Estimate the gap between supply and demand
  • Review potential allocations
  • Advise on delivery

5
Overview Methodology Update
6
Supply Evidence Based Data
7
Demand Forecast Review, 2003-16
8
Forecast Jobs To Land 2007-2026
9
Renewal and Pipeline
10
Renewal, Pipeline and Change
11
Supply Demand Balance, Offices
12
Supply Demand Balance, Industrial / Small Whsg
13
Supply Demand Balance, Strategic Warehousing
14
New Pattern of Employment Development
15
Leicester and Leicestershire Housing Market Area
Employment Land Study
  • PACEC, WBML Mather Jamie
  • 9th June 2008

16
Employment Land Delivery for the Low Carbon,
Knowledge-Based Economy
17
Employment Land Policy Lens
  • The Market
  • Safeguard existing and provide the right amount
    of land of the right quality in the right places
    at the right time
  • Sustainability
  • Reduce carbon emissions through design and
    locations accessible by sustainable modes of
    transport
  • Local Distinctiveness
  • Higher value knowledge-based employment and a new
    pattern of growth, six SUEs and the City

18
Low Carbon Policy Context
  • Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
  • 60 reduction in carbon emissions by 2031
  • 80 reduction in carbon emissions by 2050
  • UK Climate Change Bill
  • Based on 1990 levels
  • 26 reduction by 2020
  • 60 by 2050

19
Low Carbon Policy Context
  • Building regulations
  • Housing zero carbon with energy needs from
    renewable sources from 2016
  • Non-domestic buildings zero carbon from 2019
  • Planning policies
  • Requirement for on-site renewable energy
    generation
  • Other key environmental requirements re. water,
    recycling, materials, waste, sustainable modes of
    transport

20
Carbon Emissions in Leicester and Leicestershire
21
Potential Growth in Carbon Emissions
22
The End of Oil?
  • Falling rates of replacement
  • Rising demand
  • Supply and demand crunch
  • Economic imperative for low carbon

23
Low Carbon Challenges
  • Zero carbon development
  • Thermal property improvements
  • Renewable energy supply
  • Zero carbon communities
  • Transport
  • Waste and water
  • Behaviour change
  • Policy, technical and financial measures

24
Potential Policy Measures
  • Low carbon masterplan for strategic sites
  • Zero carbon buildings by design
  • On-site renewable energy generation (CHP systems
    and district heating networks)
  • Off-site renewable energy generation (wind power)
  • Low carbon transport strategy and infrastructure
  • Carbon investment fund and demonstration projects

25
On-Site Renewable Energy Generation
  • Combined Heat Power system and district heating
    network
  • Market size and phasing of development
  • Special purpose vehicle (SPV) to manage risk and
    lead development
  • Funding for advance investment in infrastructure,
    for example carbon investment fund
  • Partnership mechanisms between SPV, Energy
    Service Company and developer

26
Low Carbon Transport Strategy
  • Eco-towns transport worksheet
  • Transport assessment to set carbon emissions
    target
  • Modal hierarchy of walking, cycling and public
    transport, with a maximum of 25 of journeys by
    private car
  • Distribution of services and work to reinforce
    access by walking, cycling and public transport

27
The Low-Carbon Exemplar
  • Sustainable Urban Extension
  • Jobs first, and then
  • Jobs side by side with housing
  • Zero carbon design standards
  • On and off-site renewable energy generation
  • Low carbon transport infrastructure
  • Advance infrastructure investment
  • Serviced employment land
  • CHP system and district heating network
  • High quality bus routes and services

28
New Pattern of Employment Development
29
Discussion Groups
30
Future Proofing for Sustainable Development
  • New Business Quarter
  • Transport strategy to create market advantage
    against car-based, out of town schemes
  • Science Parks
  • Public and private sector arrangements to
    stimulate demand
  • SUEs
  • Public and private sector arrangements to deliver
    low-carbon, large-scale, mixed-use development
    and communities
  • Strategic warehousing
  • Freight strategy to create market demand for
    road/rail based distribution

31
Public Sector Supply Side Roles
  • New Business Quarter
  • Car parking and public transport standards
  • Science Parks
  • Incubators and grow-on space for SMEs
  • Large-scale serviced sites for inward investment
  • SUEs
  • Large-scale serviced sites for renewal and growth
  • Renewable energy supply and low carbon transport
    infrastructure and services
  • Strategic warehousing
  • Rail gauge and services

32
Market Perspectives on Supply
  • What are the benefits / problems of existing
    stock in the sub-region?
  • The right amount?
  • The right quality?
  • The right place?
  • What are the constraints to delivering employment
    land and property in the sub-region?
  • Will the development and investment market
    support the proposed new pattern of employment
    development?
  • NBQ
  • Science Park
  • SUEs
  • Road/rail
  • Market towns

33
Market Perspectives on Demand
  • What are businesses employment land and property
    requirements?
  • Amount / Quality / Location
  • What is the scope and extent of demand for the
    renewal of the existing stock?
  • Offices
  • Industrial/ small warehousing
  • Strategic warehousing
  • Will businesses support the proposed new pattern
    of employment land?
  • NBQ
  • Science Park
  • SUEs
  • Road/rail
  • Market towns
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