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Title: Infrastructure planning Sustainable Development Partnership 21 April 2009


1
Infrastructure planningSustainable Development
Partnership 21 April 2009
  • Sustainable Development Partnership work
    programme discussion
  • Designing the social, physical and green
    infrastructure ensuring facilities and services
    match our plans for economic growth

2
Infrastructure planningSustainable Development
Partnership 21 April 2009
Key question What can this Partnership usefully
do in relation to infrastructure planning?
  • Commit resources and open doors
  • Provide challenge, leadership and strategic input
  • Bring together input and contribution of key
    partners
  • Ensure infrastructure work supports our key
    strategies regeneration, housing, transport and
    planning
  • Ensure strategic links made between
    infrastructure work and Sustainable Community
    Strategy priorities and community cohesion theme
  • Problem solve, if problems arise

3
Infrastructure planningSustainable Development
Partnership 21 April 2009
  • Public perceptions on likely impact of
    regeneration
  • Nothing in this will benefit people like me
  • Changes will benefit new arrivals not existing
    residents and businesses
  • What about pressure on school places?
  • What about pressure on health facilities?
  • What about pressure on community groups?
  • What about pressure on traffic and parking?
  • What about pressure on open space?
  • What about impact on air quality and noise?
  • All combine to contribute to some fear of
    change

4
Infrastructure planningSustainable Development
Partnership 21 April 2009
  • Community Cohesion and Infrastructure Planning
  • Against background of these public concerns, need
    to appreciate contribution EFFECTIVE
    infrastructure planning can make to community
    cohesion
  • A key contributor to community cohesion is
    integration which is what must happen to enable
    new residents and existing residents to adjust to
    each other DCLG
  • Ways of living together need to include-
  • - shared vision and sense of belonging
  • - focus on what new and existing communities
    have in common, alongside recognition of value
    of diversity
  • - strong and positive relationships between
    people from different backgrounds DCLG
  • Level and quality of public services and
    facilities is a key determinant

5
Infrastructure planningSustainable Development
Partnership 21 April 2009
  • Statutory requirements for infrastructure
    planning
  • Local Development Framework must set out spatial
    vision, strategy and objectives for next 15
    years, and do so in line with sustainable
    development principles and Sustainable Community
    Strategy priorities
  • Planning Policy Statement 12 local authorities
    must demonstrate necessary social, physical and
    green infrastructure provided to support delivery
    of Core Strategy vision
  • Likely to be tested in Comprehensive Area
    Assessment and by Planning Inspectorate

6
Infrastructure planningSustainable Development
Partnership 21 April 2009
  • What does infrastructure include?
  • Roads and other transport facilities
  • Utilities and flood defences
  • Schools and other educational facilities
  • Medical facilities
  • Open space, sporting and recreational facilities
  • Affordable housing
  • Tangible facilities physical provision needed
    to support railway tracks, pipes/cables,
    buildings, open spaces etc

7
Infrastructure planning Sustainable Development
Partnership 21 April 2009
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Scale of infrastructure planning needed -
potential development allocation by 2025
(Strategic Spatial Option 1)
Housing No. of new homes
Lewisham town centre 3,400
Catford town centre 1,950
Deptford New Cross (DNX) 2,050
DNX Mixed Use employment locations 7,400
South of the borough 750
Existing commitments elsewhere in borough 2,100
Future commitments elsewhere in borough 4,000
TOTAL 21,650
Infrastructure planning Sustainable Development
Partnership 21 April 2009
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Deptford New Cross Masterplan
10
Canon Wharf
11
Route 1 Deptford to New Cross Gate
12
Lewisham Town Centre Area Action Plan
13
Lewisham Gateway
14
Loampit Vale
15
Cornmill Gardens
16
Bromley Road Masterplan
17
Forest Hill Masterplan
18
London Quadrant Clyde Terrace
19
Hither Green Masterplan
20
Nightingale Grove and Staplehurst Road
21
Infrastructure planningSustainable Development
Partnership 21 April 2009
  • Current infrastructure planning work
  • Working with GLA to refine population projections
    and growth distribution around Lewisham
  • Preparing Implementation Schedule to support LDF
    Core Strategy, needed by September 2009
  • - Education topic paper drafted
  • - Further nine papers being drafted
  • Establishing ongoing structures and mechanisms to
    oversee delivery of required infrastructure
  • Establishing a virtual operational group to
    support work, with involvement across wide range
    of agencies

22
Infrastructure planningSustainable Development
Partnership 21 April 2009
  • What should the Partnership do?
  • Help focus on Lewisham as a place and think
    holistically about infrastructure needs
  • Reduce duplication and associated costs
  • Adopt common assumptions about future growth
    (amount location)
  • Share more information on assets, standards and
    strategies
  • Identify opportunities for better integrated
    service delivery and better use of assets

23
Infrastructure planningSustainable Development
Partnership 21 April 2009
  • What should the Partnership do?
  • Monitoring progress on delivery and make
    strategic input when timely
  • Consider six monthly performance reports setting
    out progress on delivery of Infrastructure
    Schedule, starting October 2009
  • Identify any necessary action including any
    necessary additional support needed by partners
    where delivery off target
  • Report progress annually to LSP Board
  • Act as link officers into their organisations to
    help provide contacts and problem solve, if needed
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