SUF 2015 - Planning for Melbourne - What now - Pr Roz Hansen
PLANNING FOR MELBOURNE WHAT NOW? Presentation by Prof. Roz Hansen Urban and Regional Planner MAV National Conference Smart Urban Futures 25 March 2015
2 Planning should not be about winners and losers 3
A legacy of metropolitan strategic planning 4 Good Cities, Better Lives (Peter Hall)
Five basic challenges: 1. Rebalancing our urban economies to create good jobs and new sources of work for everyone 2. Building new homes in enough quantity to meet demand, in the right places and to good standards 3. Linking people and places through integrated land use
and transport planning 4. Living with finite resources and the impacts of climate change 5. Fixing broken machinery so as to bring public and private agencies together in the process of development and redevelopment
5 Rebalancing our urban economies to create good jobs and new sources of
work for everyone. 6 Population and Jobs
7 Not a triangle but a polycentric city http://www.theage.com.au/content/dam/images/3/8/k/h/y/image.related.articleLeadwide.620x349.38k84.png/ 1400518800000.jpg
8 Growth area local town centres 9
Why arent we requiring mixed use, medium density town centres in our growth areas? 10
Time to review the PSP approach 11 Building new homes in enough quantity to meet
demand, in the right places and to good standards. 12 The housing narrative needs to be told
13 Linking people and places through integrated land use and transport planning
14 Corridors and nodes http://www.transformingaustraliancities.com.au/
15 Living with finite resources and the impacts of climate change
16 Hotter, less rain, more bushfires, rising sea level
Key climate change risks for Victoria over the 21 st century, Steffen & Hughes 2013 17 Fixing broken machinery so as to bring public and private
agencies together in the process of development and redevelopment 18
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