Port Dundas Planning Charrette
24 April 2014
Kevin Murray
Kevin Murray Associates
Charrette Facilitator
Charrette Sponsors:
Glasgow City Council
Scottish Canals
The Scottish Government
#PortDundas
Charrette Team:
Kevin Murray Associates
Peter Brett Associates
Willie Miller Urban Design
Benton Scott-Simmons
Turner Town...
3 days
150 contributions
planners, designers
landowners,
architects, residents
businesses, arts
politicians
Port Dundas
Charrette
Katie Hughes
Forbes Barron
Head of Planning and Building Control
Glasgow City Council
Emerging
Proposed Glasgow City Development Plan
Establishing
Glasgow North: Strategic Development
Priority / Framework
A P...
Sighthill TRA
introduction to the site
some initial observations
1822
1892
21
Your heading
views and vantage points
E-W section
N-S section
Employment and Workspace
Green and Blue Networks
Movement and Networks
Homes, Community and Living
2030
scenario
+ve identity
-ve identity
Positive
sustainable
uses
Mono use
and/or
decline
100 acre
hill2
Danny
MacAskill A...
Structuring elements
Paths + Spaces
Alternative Island
Update of emerging Framework
Port Dundas
Glasgow’s Canal Quarter
• Post-industrial mixed use
neighbourhood
• Live, work, play, create
• Up there and ou...
Comparators, inspirations
• Western Harbour, Malmo
• Milan Canal Quarter
• Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
• Hafencity, Hamb...
canals
Castlefield, Manchester
Progressively mixed use
• Continue transformation
• Business, leisure, cultural, compatible with
residential
• Viability c...
Existing
Development directions
existing
continue initiatives
first moves
Phase 1
predominant land
uses
Phase 2
predominant land
uses
Phase 3
predominant land
uses
Phase 4
predominant land
uses
Housing
• approach providing market differentiation from
Glasgow Harbour, city centre, Sighthill
• building and concentrat...
Malmo and Hamburg
Sustainable
transport
principles for
Port Dundas
Sustainable
Access for All
Re-stitch the
City
Reduce Traffic
dominance
Im...
1. Sustainable Access for All
• Attractive and permeable street design
• Prioritise pedestrians & cyclists
• Direct, safe,...
2. Re-stitch the City
Port
Dundas
N
Cowlairs/
Possil
Park
E Sighthill
City
Centre
W
Garscube
Road
3. Reduce the Dominance of Traffic
4. Improve Public Transport
Access
5. Develop Car Parking Strategy
6. Strategic Cycling
Connections
7. Promote Sustainable Travel
Behaviour
Scale + character + nodes
• mix of 3-5 storeys , rather than 8-10
• mid density
• public realm nodes and features.
• Impor...
• running, walking, jogging – fountains, benches along canal, stretch points, exercise
stations
• business, leisure, retai...
Sighthill ‘marriage value’
Integration with
Sighthill
Phase 3 + Sighthill
Green and blue network
Principles
 existing strengths – natural and urban
 integration
 connectivity
 diversity
 value...quality...character...
first moves
events
informal recreation
towers and viewing platforms
renewable energy / landmarks
landscape
114
Your heading
115
Your heading
further development
steep streets and paths
drainage and water systems
...with suds
Background
 legislation - outfalls into combined sewers now unacceptable
 localised surface water flooding
 NGIWM Study...
Phasing
the canal as a catalyst
Development directions
existing
continue initiatives
first moves
Delivery
• (Formal) partnership and commitments
• Procurement innovation, possible Expo?
• Governance & funding
• SUDS and...
Outputs
• Distinct City Canal Quarter
• Key leisure focus in North Glasgow & residential location
• Focus on canal as visi...
Outputs
• Housing:
– Short term: 120 units
– Medium: 262 units
– Long : 522 units
• Leisure, small scale retail
– 3,700 sq...
Outputs
• Office , light industry
– 62,000 sq.m, 2,123 short term
– Long term 127,000 sq.m, 3,452 jobs
• Distribution
– 27...
networks and nodes
existing centrality
centrality post implementation
existing natural clusters
natural clusters post implementation
existing betweenness centrality
betweenness centrality post
Workshop review
• Identify elements you support, prioritise
• Identify any concerns, reservations, risks
• Identify key fu...
Next steps
• Review feedback
• Indicative costing & delivery model(s)
• Complete Charrette report
• Approach to Supplement...
Starting points
1. Role & uses Nick
2. Transport & connectivity Nicola
3. Scale & character guidance Willie
4. Phasing & s...
thinking about change
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Port Dundas Planning Charrette - Final Evening Presentation - 24 April 2014
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  • 1. Port Dundas Planning Charrette 24 April 2014
  • 2. Kevin Murray Kevin Murray Associates Charrette Facilitator
  • 3. Charrette Sponsors: Glasgow City Council Scottish Canals The Scottish Government #PortDundas
  • 4. Charrette Team: Kevin Murray Associates Peter Brett Associates Willie Miller Urban Design Benton Scott-Simmons Turner Townsend
  • 5. 3 days 150 contributions
  • 6. planners, designers landowners, architects, residents businesses, arts politicians
  • 7. Port Dundas Charrette Katie Hughes
  • 8. Forbes Barron Head of Planning and Building Control Glasgow City Council
  • 9. Emerging Proposed Glasgow City Development Plan Establishing Glasgow North: Strategic Development Priority / Framework A Placemaking approach
  • 10. Sighthill TRA
  • 11. introduction to the site some initial observations
  • 12. 1822
  • 13. 1892
  • 14. 21 Your heading
  • 15. views and vantage points
  • 16. E-W section N-S section
  • 17. Employment and Workspace
  • 18. Green and Blue Networks
  • 19. Movement and Networks
  • 20. Homes, Community and Living
  • 21. 2030 scenario +ve identity -ve identity Positive sustainable uses Mono use and/or decline 100 acre hill2 Danny MacAskill Annihilate the M8 NOW
  • 22. Structuring elements
  • 23. Paths + Spaces
  • 24. Alternative Island
  • 25. Update of emerging Framework
  • 26. Port Dundas Glasgow’s Canal Quarter • Post-industrial mixed use neighbourhood • Live, work, play, create • Up there and out there! • Local hubs • Innovative niche housing • Proactive delivery
  • 27. Comparators, inspirations • Western Harbour, Malmo • Milan Canal Quarter • Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham • Hafencity, Hamburg • Castlefield, Manchester
  • 28. canals
  • 29. Castlefield, Manchester
  • 30. Progressively mixed use • Continue transformation • Business, leisure, cultural, compatible with residential • Viability critical consideration • Gradients, contamination, site clearance, capacity (retaining walls, etc) • General scale 3-5 storeys • Car parking to accommodate different users. • High quality network of open and green spaces.
  • 31. Existing
  • 32. Development directions existing continue initiatives first moves
  • 33. Phase 1 predominant land uses
  • 34. Phase 2 predominant land uses
  • 35. Phase 3 predominant land uses
  • 36. Phase 4 predominant land uses
  • 37. Housing • approach providing market differentiation from Glasgow Harbour, city centre, Sighthill • building and concentrating values in the area • differentiate housing types, emphasis on smaller households rather than family? • combination of procurement models traditional: enabling development in initial phases innovative: self-build, co-op etc. for niche markets
  • 38. Malmo and Hamburg
  • 39. Sustainable transport principles for Port Dundas Sustainable Access for All Re-stitch the City Reduce Traffic dominance Improve public transport access Develop car parking strategy Integrate strategic walking/cycling routes Promote sustainable travel behaviour
  • 40. 1. Sustainable Access for All • Attractive and permeable street design • Prioritise pedestrians & cyclists • Direct, safe, legible connections • Consider topography
  • 41. 2. Re-stitch the City Port Dundas N Cowlairs/ Possil Park E Sighthill City Centre W Garscube Road
  • 42. 3. Reduce the Dominance of Traffic
  • 43. 4. Improve Public Transport Access
  • 44. 5. Develop Car Parking Strategy
  • 45. 6. Strategic Cycling Connections
  • 46. 7. Promote Sustainable Travel Behaviour
  • 47. Scale + character + nodes • mix of 3-5 storeys , rather than 8-10 • mid density • public realm nodes and features. • Important not to overdevelop and block out views.
  • 48. • running, walking, jogging – fountains, benches along canal, stretch points, exercise stations • business, leisure, retail - a gym, shop for paddle sport activities, temporary restaurant • art installations – relationship with TWB, outdoor galleries • programming the corridor – events, publicity, attracting people
  • 49. Sighthill ‘marriage value’
  • 50. Integration with Sighthill
  • 51. Phase 3 + Sighthill
  • 52. Green and blue network
  • 53. Principles  existing strengths – natural and urban  integration  connectivity  diversity  value...quality...character Green and blue network
  • 54. first moves
  • 55. events
  • 56. informal recreation
  • 57. towers and viewing platforms
  • 58. renewable energy / landmarks
  • 59. landscape
  • 60. 114 Your heading
  • 61. 115 Your heading
  • 62. further development
  • 63. steep streets and paths
  • 64. drainage and water systems
  • 65. ...with suds
  • 66. Background  legislation - outfalls into combined sewers now unacceptable  localised surface water flooding  NGIWM Study 2013 – water attentuation required at Port Dundas Implications  6-10% of developable area  topography, development types drive SUDS design  integration with layout  implications for Forth and Clyde canal Surface water drainage
  • 67. Phasing
  • 68. the canal as a catalyst
  • 69. Development directions existing continue initiatives first moves
  • 70. Delivery • (Formal) partnership and commitments • Procurement innovation, possible Expo? • Governance & funding • SUDS and landscape management • Landowner, developer forum • Design guidance re roofspace, paving etc
  • 71. Outputs • Distinct City Canal Quarter • Key leisure focus in North Glasgow & residential location • Focus on canal as visitor, leisure & recreation resource – Visitor numbers 25,000 rising as facilities added • Intensification (in improved business environment) – of cultural industries and activity in west – of established business activity at Craighall, Business Park and Food Park • Generating demand for – leisure facilities – specialist and local retail – accommodation and other services – business accommodation
  • 72. Outputs • Housing: – Short term: 120 units – Medium: 262 units – Long : 522 units • Leisure, small scale retail – 3,700 sq.m, 190 jobs short term – Long term 11,850 sq.m, 592 jobs • Cultural – 22,000 sq.m, 230 jobs – 45,000 sq.m, 450 jobs
  • 73. Outputs • Office , light industry – 62,000 sq.m, 2,123 short term – Long term 127,000 sq.m, 3,452 jobs • Distribution – 27,500 sq.m, 275 jobs – 17,760 sq.m, 180 jobs • ALL – 116,600 sq.m, 2,817 jobs – 203,400 sq.m, 4,696 jobs
  • 74. networks and nodes existing centrality
  • 75. centrality post implementation
  • 76. existing natural clusters
  • 77. natural clusters post implementation
  • 78. existing betweenness centrality
  • 79. betweenness centrality post
  • 80. Workshop review • Identify elements you support, prioritise • Identify any concerns, reservations, risks • Identify key further steps • Who needs to be involved in delivery • Any other issues?
  • 81. Next steps • Review feedback • Indicative costing & delivery model(s) • Complete Charrette report • Approach to Supplementary Guidance content • Partners meet • Landowner/developer forum • Comparator visits
  • 82. Starting points 1. Role & uses Nick 2. Transport & connectivity Nicola 3. Scale & character guidance Willie 4. Phasing & starting points/sites Iain 5. Green and blue networks Janet 6. Key infrastructure Chris 7. Delivery mechanisms Fiona
  • 83. thinking about change

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