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Strategic Planning - The City of 2030

STRATEGI PLANNING Strategic planning addresses the shift in urban priorities over time Strategic Planning for Cities & Regions Efficiency Efficiency Flexible, integrative, multi-stakeholder, multi-objective planning to tackle 21st century urban challenges Infrastructures Transparence Infrastructures Transparence Enviroment Enviroment Social Care Social Care Quality Quality Productivity Inclusion Productivity Inclusion Competivity Competivity ASSESSMENT STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION New Delhi Bilbao 1995 2000 2005 Successful urban strategic plans: Challenges & opportunites • Establish clear priorities based on clear values Integrate public and private sector participation Pay specific attention to poor, vulnerable and marginalized people • Address natural resource depletion and climate adaptation Develop social capital & emphasize compact growth patterns. Respect local identity and character Land resources Urban design Strategic vision Accessibility Public space Informal services Political localization Building standards Demographics Urban regeneration Poverty Housing Migration Infrastructures Changing labour markets Globalisation Good governance Territorial cohesion Metropolisation Transports A successful city is a blend of the positively planned and the creatively A mobile city is one in which people are able to circulate freely and organic. Planned - to enable infrastructure, facilities, services and efficiently, for work, education, shopping, and leisure; where goods investments to take place in the right place, at the right time, with can be delivered and moved at the right times and in the right modes coherence and aesthetic in urban design and fabric, and resilience to natural hazards. Organic- to enable the city to develop and enhance its own life, culture, economic and social diversity without Enviromentally friendly Socially Inclusive overweening regulation Sustainable Mobility 10 Best Cities for Livability • Melbourne - Austrialia • Vienna - Austria • Vancouver - Canada • Toronto - Canada • Adelaide - Austrialia • Sydney - Austrialia • Helsinki - Finland Economy promoting • Perth - Austrialia • Auckland - New Zealnad To support a mixed city, at least 40% of the floor area should be allocated for economic uses. Private Sector Single-use of land can induce Common Interest social fragmentation. Public Sector Successful land management empowers and enables local governments to undertake long term planning and control of critical land resources for agriculture (food security) and environment (health and natural Public private partnerships not only offer opportunities for investors, resources), but also to finance urban development as well as for efficient but increase the credibility and raise the profile for those involved in organization of urban services both public and private sectors through bilateral "endorsement" Northern America Financial and infrastructure crises and increasing poverty have revived interest in comprehensive planning and community development. Global City Development Strategy Trends Greater Vancouver Region, Canada Plans address the challenges of in-migration on a limited, agriculturally valuable land base, transportation system, and affordable housing through investment in transit, cycling, and land use policies intensifying development in the urban core and in suburban town centers. Europe Regional consolidation, labor market changes and creative public service funding are redefining strategies. Africa Decentralization in process; strategy plays central role in institutional response. Angoulene facilitates innovative IT and creative employment and is becoming a pole for creative movie production by supporting producers of different scale and scope to work in "cluster." and investing in festivals and other promotion activities, the city facilitates innovative IT and creative employment. Namibia: Latin America Asia Following independence in 1990, Namibia has substantially reformed local government to make it more democratic, though functions decentrali- sed to local governments have so far been done without the necessary fiscal resources. Local competency on the rise with inclusive democracy tackling inequality. Economic development, climate change adap- tation and social dialogue are emphasized in local strategies. Belo Horizante, Brazil Narrative: {Participation budgeting is held biannually for the definition of projects to be implemented by the Municipality of Belo Horizonte. Jakarta, Indonesia Jakarta City has pursued empowerment initiatives and capacity building programs including city-to-city cooperation to develop local infrastructure, rehabilitation of public buildings, and disaster risk reduction programs. Sources UCLG Manifesto UCLG Post-2015 UN Habitat World Bank Policy paper on urban strategic planning: Local leaders preparing for the future of our cities (2010). UCLG UCLG United Cities and Local Governments Land Management Livability of Public Private Partnerships Mobility

Strategic Planning - The City of 2030

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