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Improving Culture, Arts, Sporting Opportunities through planning. Sport England planning for sport John Berry – Planning Manager. Contents. PPG17 NPPF Sport England’s planning for sport principles Forthcoming Guidance on Assessing Needs and Opportunities

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Improving culture arts sporting opportunities through planning

Improving Culture, Arts, Sporting Opportunities through planning

Sport England planning for sport

John Berry – Planning Manager


Contents

Contents

  • PPG17 NPPF

  • Sport England’s planning for sport principles

  • Forthcoming Guidance on Assessing Needs and Opportunities

  • Lessons leant from the sport approach


National planning policy framework

National Planning Policy Framework

  • PPG 17 replaced by NPPF

  • Paragraphs 73 & 74

  • Paragraph 73 requires planning policies to be based on assessment of needs for local areas. The assessment must be:

    • Robust and up‑to‑date

    • Identify specific needs and quantitative or qualitative deficits or surpluses

    • Determine what provision is required


Sport england planning focus

Sport England Planning Focus


Sport england planning focus1

Sport England Planning Focus

Seeking to achieve 3 main principles

  • Protect - Protect existing facilities

  • Enhance - Enhance the quality, accessibility and management of existing facilities

  • Provide - Provide new facilities to meet demand

    Delivering these principles through:

    • Forward Planning

    • Development management

    • Strategy for meeting needs


Se planning for sport

SE - Planning for Sport


Assessing needs and opportunity

Assessing Needs and Opportunity


Comprehensive local a ssessments

Comprehensive Local Assessments

Comprehensive assessment of local sporting need and opportunities

Playing Pitch Assessment & Strategy

Assessment of all other relevant sporting provision e.g pools, halls…...

Creating a lifelong sporting habit


Assessing needs and opportunities guide anog

Assessing Needs and Opportunities Guide (ANOG)

  • Assessing Needs Guide – aim to fill the gap in guidance

  • Draft guide in late Summer 2013

  • Scoping stage – LA’s, NGB’s, Leisure Sector

  • Consistent approach

  • Tailored to a wide range of sports and facilities


Assessment of needs stages

Assessment of Needs - Stages

  • Scope, prepare & tailor

  • Gather knowledge & Information on supply and demand

  • Assessment and analysis leading to key issues and findings. Clarity on what you need to:

    • Protect

    • Enhance

    • Provide

  • Sound basis for delivery

  • ANOG guide to be released in 2013


Playing pitch strategy

Playing Pitch Strategy

  • Has its own detailed guidance due to nature of pitch based sport

  • Review of ‘Towards a Level Playing’

  • Forms part of the overall assessment required by NPPF

  • Stages – similar approach as ANOG

  • New PPS guidance to be released with ANOG in 2013.


Lessons learnt

Lessons Learnt


Lessons learnt from sports approach

Lessons Learnt from Sports approach

  • Clear scope

    • what are you trying to achieve – raising participation/health/social cohesion

    • what matters for your area

  • Involving the right people – best use of resources

  • Information

    • Know you users

    • Know your facilities

  • Importance of delivery – have a clear picture what is needed in your area and how it can be delivered


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