Community ownership of land and the long-term stewardship of assets is one of the core Garden City principles. In recent years, many local authorities have made commitments to apply the principle of long-term stewardship to their new communities.

 

As local authorities and their private sector delivery partners are getting to grips to delivering stewardship models, key challenges have been identified around the details of finance, governance and community participation. Building upon previous practical guidance on long-term stewardship, the TCPA has taken a step further and explored the technical detail and challenges being faced by those forming models for long-term stewardship in new communities. This seminar will explore emerging findings from this project and hear from those involved in delivering stewardship models.

Programme

 

10:00   Welcome and introduction from the Chair

Julia Thrift, Director of Healthier Place-Making, TCPA

 

10:10   Long term stewardship in new communities

Katy Lock, Director of Communities (FJ Osborn Fellow), TCPA

 

10:20   Stewardship in Bournville Village Trust

Peter Richmond, Chief Executive, Bournville Village Trust 

 

10:30   Q&A

 

10:50   Embedding long-term stewardship in planning and place management

David Lock CBE, Consultant, David Lock Associates

 

11:00   Community Management at Chelmsford Garden Village 

Andrew Taylor, Director – Head of Planning at Countryside Properties and Euan Hall – Chief Executive at The Land Trust

 

11:10   Stewardship in Ashford’s New Communities

SallyAnne Logan, Chilmington CMO Project Manager and Corporate Coordinator, Ashford Borough Council

11:20   Q&A

 

11:40   Close


Price: FREE for TCPA New Communities Group (NCG) members, £25+vat (£30) for TCPA Members; £45+vat (£54) for non-members; 

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Please note this webinar will be broadcast using Zoom software. Please make sure you carry out a Test Meeting in advance of the webinar to test your system compatibility, internet connection and audio settings ahead of time to ensure you are able to join. You can do this here: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115002262083-Joining-a-test-meeting. Please also make sure your IT department will allow the use of Zoom as we will not be able to provide refunds if you cannot join for technical reasons.


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Image: Bournville Village Trust at Lightmoor 


This seminar is part of the TCPA New Communities Group (NCG) programme of events. The NCG consists of local authorities and development corporations bringing forward large-scale new developments, from Garden City inspired new towns and villages to urban regeneration and extension schemes. Further information on joining the NCG is available here.

Please note that it is not necessary to be registered on the site in order to complete your booking. Just enter your name and email address when completing the purchase to become registered automatically.

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