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  1. Landcom Guidelines Launch 3 July 2008 Inclusive Communities: Creating Value Creating Popularity Creating a Truly Sustainable Community Andrew McAnulty

  2. Greater London

  3. Original estate had 1,775 homes • 914 homes in six high-rise • 690 in seven medium rise • 171 townhouses • Built in 1960’s and 1970’s • Home to over 6,000 people • Will provide 2,200 homes, inc 700 houses The ‘Old’ Stonebridge

  4. Fear of crime • Mono tenure • Huge unemployment • Gun Crime / Drug dealing • “Residualised lettings” • Perceived police no-go area

  5. Some facts and figures … • Young population on Stonebridge: - 32% under 16 - 45% under 25 - 54% under 30 years old. • Unemployment: - 12 % Stonebridge (22% in 1994) - 7 % Surrounding wards - 5 % Brent. • 56% households with net weekly income < £200 • 52% of young people aspire to go to University

  6. Population … Over 10 different ethic groups: 29% Caribbean 23% African 19% White 19% Black British 10% Asian or other backgrounds

  7. 1936

  8. 1996

  9. 2008

  10. Stonebridge Today First three phases: 1145 homes for rent. Re-housing the existing households.

  11. Key Risks Loss of External Funding Business Plan Capital Cost Popular Housing • Secure By Design • Energy efficient • Traditional street pattern • Overlooked open spaces

  12. Tree lined streets

  13. Landmark focal buildings

  14. Traditional Streets Massive reduction in crime, and of the fear of crime!

  15. Landmark Building Strategy “Creating Value”

  16. Retail Provision 2003

  17. Retail Provision 2004

  18. Making a place where people will visit – not just hurry past!

  19. Landmark Health, Community, Residential and Retail

  20. Fawood Children’s Centre

  21. Future Open Space 2008 Nursery

  22. Fawood Children’s Centre Health , community, supermarket and residential Mixed-use with shops Youth & sports School sites Rebuilding Community Facilities Creating Value and the ‘Ripple Effect’

  23. Potential sites for sale & mixed tenure development

  24. Youth • Intensive work with schools, young people and partners. • Variety of sports, arts and music projects. • Youth Strategy, Forum& Board representation. • Engage 350+ young people weekly.

  25. New youth and sports provision

  26. Community Support • Grants • Support to Tenant and Community Groups • Development of Customer First Strategy • Support to the Elderly • Regular celebration of achievements!

  27. Training and Employment • Training links with colleges: 80% retention. • 70% leading to jobs, qualifications and FE. • Job Matching: 80% still in work after 6 months. • 1,200 residents supported. • Local Labour in Construction • a model for studies – • over 200 residents benefited

  28. Key Learning Points • Quality of design fundamental - Make savings within procurement and phasing / not design. - Scale of development requires design diversity. • Critical nature of Employment & Social Regeneration Activity • Ability to provide revenue support for loss making facilities and legacy work. • Budget for significant ‘mean while works’

  29. Final Learning Points … • Create Local Landmarks • Densification of existing urban area – increasing sustainability of services. • Implement Compulsory Purchase Orders! • Mixed Tenure – Balanced Communities - “Stonebridge Homebuy” : Retained equity by land owner / developer - for key workers, local people, skilled migrants? • Purchase ‘ripple effect’ land – capture value

  30. RIBA Award Winner 2005 RTPI Sustainable Communities Award 2005 RICS Award May 2007

  31. Consultation! Consultation! Consultation!

  32. Redfern; Bonnyrigg; Minto; Airds ….

  33. Green Field Development – Right first time …Or future Urban Renewal?

  34. “Leaving Legacies and not building empires” Ann Weldon. Board Member RWA.

  35. Creating Possibilities ….. • National Housing Strategy • National Rental Affordability Scheme * 100,000 homes – Delivery? Impact? location? • Urban Regeneration & Renewal * Bonnyrigg; Redfern; Minto; Airds … • Affordable & Key Worker Housing • Mixed Use and Integrated Development • Employment & Social Regeneration

  36. Creating Possibilities … • Role of the ‘Not For Profit’ sector - Growth? - Increased funding - Exploring stock transfers - Significant capacity building … delivery - Securing appropriate opportunities • Indigenous Housing - Opportunities for wealth and asset transfer? • Strategic Partnerships with: - Landcom; Housing NSW;NSW Health; Dept of Education; Universities; LGA’s; State & Federal Gov’t; Developers and landowners; Financial Institutions.

  37. The Wider APP Team