Central Winchester Regeneration - Phase 1 - SPD
The first stage of the Central Winchester Regeneration project is to develop a Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) to act as a new planning brief for the area of Silver Hill and it's environs. The SPD will have the benefit of a formal status in the local planning system. An Informal Policy Group (IPG) has been established to develop the SPD which will then be considered by Cabinet for adoption.
The SPD will set out the type and layout of land uses that could be built on the site and will help to ensure that the development is fit for the future and will rejuvenate such a prominent part of the City.
The IPG has commissioned JTP an award-winning ‘placemaking’ practice of architects and masterplanners to work with the Council to formulate the SPD. This process will include public and stakeholder engagement and commissioning of studies and assessments to inform the development of the SPD. It is intended to complete this work by the end of 2017.
|Project Name||Central Winchester Regeneration - Phase 1 - SPD|
|Portfolio Holder||Cllr Godfrey|
|Expected End Date||31/12/2017|
Expected end date - 31/12/17
Current Status - On Schedule
The City Council has commissioned JTP (www.jtp.co.uk), an award-winning ‘placemaking’ practice of architects and masterplanners, to work with the Council and wider community to create a Supplementary Planning Document which will set out a vision for the future development of central Winchester through collaborative planning and consultation.
JTP has formed a strong team to work on the commission with Hampshire based Snug Architects and Ubu Design Ltd together with consultancies with expertise in commercial property, movement and infrastructure. JTP will present an outline of the engagement strategy to the meeting of the Informal Policy Group on 18 January 2017.
Public Engagement: February- March 2017
|Last Committee Report||
Central Winchester Regeneration Informal Policy Group 8 November 2016 CAB 2863
For details of meetings of the Central Winchester Regeneration Informal Policy Group and its membership see this link.
Launch of project February 2017 and public engagement February-March 2017.