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Venn Works

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William Grimm

on 21 February 2013

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Transcript of Venn Works

pathway to a sustaining future node neighborhood
district region project site develop regional (cultural) framework
of node neighborhood
district region process of transformation peak oil
climate change
health
site systems
water
energy
waste
transit
materials
social equity
economics
biodiversity
carbon
culture
history
food nodes
identifiable neighborhoods
districts define | plan neighborhood centers
from node neighborhood
district region process of transformation shopping centers
under utilized malls
potential transit hubs
schools,etc establish strong pedestrian connections
with node neighborhood
district region process of transformation network of pedestrian-scaled streets
streetscape design no matter the scale

regional framework will
always be relevant
[[must be taken into account]] a groundwork for healthier
communities economy people jobs
development strategies
proper land use
revitalization strategies
catalysts projects regional framework
identifiable neighborhood
strong connectivity
mobility options | transit
walkable streets
open space | parks
recreation
urban infill
social fabric
amenities
emergency response approach local food advocacy identifiable neighborhood communities people transit strong connectivity emergency response growth economy environment culture history identity regional frameworks public workshops policy design development strategies jobs catalysts projects site systems water energy biodiversity health impact healthy people GROUNDWORKS PLANNING community transformation through research, planning and design Transformative Planning is an approach to community regeneration environment biodiversity
site systems
water
energy
waste
materials growth sustainable future
regional framework
policy design
growth management
retrofitting suburbia
community workshops
charrettes culture growth management
regional framework
identifiable neighborhoods
neighborhood investment/ownership
nodes | centers | neighborhoods | regions
history shared services, co-housing, communal villages (do not provide local jobs) preservation of green space, nature. no connectivity, developing far beyond existing city centres urban, integrated development with urban fabric, extension of city, pay a premium for lifestyle communities identifiable neighborhoods
establish ownership in your neighborhood
governance
advocacy
local food
shared services
social networking
culture
history new regionalist New Urbanist
Eco Communities
Smart Growth
Sustainable Urbanism fostering sense of community not saving the planet integrate infrastructure and social fabric node neighborhood
district region process of transformation land use
transportation
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