'Precinct Planning and Design Standards (PPDS) in a coastal area': The development, planning and design process of a medium-sized coastal precinct incorporating community facilities and infrastructure

Moore R. (2007). 'Precinct Planning and Design Standards (PPDS) in a coastal area': The development, planning and design process of a medium-sized coastal precinct incorporating community facilities and infrastructure. In: WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment. 3rd International Conference on Sustainable Development and Planning, Sustainable Development III, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 2007, SDP07, Algarve, (95-104). April 25, 2007-April 27, 2007. doi:10.2495/SDP070091


Author Moore R.
Title of paper 'Precinct Planning and Design Standards (PPDS) in a coastal area': The development, planning and design process of a medium-sized coastal precinct incorporating community facilities and infrastructure
Conference name 3rd International Conference on Sustainable Development and Planning, Sustainable Development III, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 2007, SDP07
Conference location Algarve
Conference dates April 25, 2007-April 27, 2007
Proceedings title WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment
Journal name WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment
Publication Year 2007
Sub-type Fully published paper
DOI 10.2495/SDP070091
ISBN 1845641035
ISSN 1743-3541
Volume 102
Start page 95
End page 104
Total pages 10
Abstract/Summary This paper reviews a pilot study report on the planning and design process for a medium-sized mixed use coastal precinct. The development known as the Noosa North Shore Eco Tourism Portal is located in Queensland Australia. It was chosen to consider how a precinct planning and design standard might be employed to meet a need for a tool that gives consideration to a perception, that where sustainability principles are being applied there needs to be a means by which the outcomes of such drivers can be benchmarked and certified as industry best practice for ecological performances. Also considered is the role of a planning and design standard and what are its goals, aims and objectives and how do they translate into those of development? How will the standard reflect the needs of developer and stakeholders involved in the provision of these types of precinct? It also comments on the process of benchmarking and certification of a development and how this will impact on the planning and design inputs required in satisfying third party criteria? The conclusion is a consideration of some of the major lessons to be taken from the pilot study regarding key focus areas in the development of a Precinct Planning and Design Standard (PPDS).
Subjects 2300 Environmental Science
Keyword Human and natural environment
Planning and design guidelines, sustainability, indicators
Precincts
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

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