Housing Diversity and Desirable Neighbourhoods Study
Housing Diversity and Desirable Neighbourhoods Study Community Forums February/March 2019 Setting the Scene Darren Starr Manager Development Services City of Prospect Why a Housing Diversity & Desirable Neighbourhood Study?
Intent to update policy for Residential Zone following Urban Corridor Zone & Historic Conservation Policy Area DPAs (before planning reform) Changing Planning System New Planning and Design Code Changing strategic directions, trends & expectations in housing Aging in place Existing and desired residential character identify desirable housing for a changing community. Source: House styles in Adelaide: a Pictorial History, J.N. Persse, D.M. Rose, Adelaide:
Australian Institute of Valuers: Real Estate Institute of South Australia, . Stages of the Study Stage 1 Strategic & Trend Analysis Streetscape Analysis 14 streets Development Plan Analysis - land division Stage 2 Additional Streetscape Analysis to determine existing character Stakeholder workshops (5) Community Forums (4) Street Tours character views and expectations
Website, magazine information and feedback opportunities Scoping, modelling & testing new housing options Drafting and re-drafting of new policy Council sign-off Source: House styles in Adelaide: a Pictorial History, J.N. Persse, D.M. Rose, Adelaide: Australian Institute of Valuers: Real Estate Institute of South Australia, . Housing situation and emerging themes Rick Chenoweth Senior Policy Planner City of Prospect
Big Picture within City of Prospect Strategic growth areas Residential Zone (subject to study) Preservation areas State Targets and Policies Issue Response State housing
density targets How: State Density targets (3000 persons/square km) Local Prospect (2,632 persons/square km) @ 2016 Census Therefore, this is not a driver for housing change in City of Prospect State Planning Policies State Planning Policies Planning policy changes need to be in accordance with State Planning Policies permissive and enabling policy environment for housing and residential zones.
Key issues housing choice, affordable and adaptive housing (responsive to state level demographic and lifestyle changes) Therefore, need to be in accord with State Planning Policies. Additionally, need to respond to local emerging trends. Local Emerging Trends Issue Response Local Demographics & Housing Stats
Local emerging trends Prospect Snapshot (2016 Census): 50% couple family with children, 28% single person households, 69% Australian born, 72% detached dwellings, 43% large 3 bedroom homes, 3% working from home [housing = demographics] But, future trends suggest a need for more housing choice (smaller, affordable and adaptive housing) : - Life cycle changes (empty nesters) - Social trends (diverse and smaller households) - Ageing trend (baby boomers, ageing in place, My Aged Care) - Increased cultural diversity (India/China) - Millennials (23-38 year olds) (shared living, affordability & long term rental) - High locational demands (close to City, Uni/High Schools growth & zones) - Sustainable lifestyles (home running costs, climate change, embodied energy)
- More flexible working arrangements (work from home) and adaptable housing [housing disparity with demographics/trends] Land Division Opportunities Development Plan Analysis Land division: Land division opportunities shown as red and yellow Amount? Economic restrictions
Mainly semi-detached dwellings. Is this appropriate? Areas? Closer link to character (eg where not coherent or dominant)? or Infill housing and renovations (no land division) 1 into 3 (or more) 1 into 2 No change Below minimum requirements
Housing Choices Image from Department of Housing (Western Australia) Housing Diversity and Desirable Neighbourhoods Study Any questions or queries?
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