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This is mainly reliant on private householders and businesses, who will only reinvest if they and their bankers have confidence in the future of the area. 4 Does the strategy also identify what might be called ‘pre-critical’ areas, where judicious investment by the local authority, housing associations, private sector or voluntary partnerships might assist revival? 8 URBAN DESIGN People identify with the ‘neighbourhood’ in the sense of a familiar distinctive locality, often with its own name. They also gain a sense of security (or insecurity) by the feeling of the street, square or block where they live (the ‘home-patch’).
Minimise disruption of natural drainage? • maximise solar gain or shade (according to climate)? • avoid undue exposure? If demolition is unavoidable, is there potential for re-using the materials? Where buildings or plots within the project area still have tenants (often with low ability to pay rent) what potential is there for retaining/ improving them? Microclimate, air and noise Have the implications of prevailing insulation levels, wind patterns, diurnal air flows and frost risk been considered?
Subsequent sections then work through the substantive issues, generally following the ordering of the guide, starting with people and community and ending with design. The community checklist is intended for: Chapter 2 acts as a summary of the guide in the form of two complementary checklists. The community checklist provides a quick test of the overall health of a neighbourhood, while the investors’ checklist provides criteria for judging the local impact of development proposal. community groups evaluating the current situation in their town or neighbourhood CONTENTS local councillors concerned with establishing partnerships and appropriate policy frameworks local planners trying to set a neighbourhood agenda, or compare different localities, or prepare a spatial framework community alliances wishing themselves to promote and be involved in a neighbourhood plan.
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