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lscc future towns conference ilford town centre a case study

LSCC - Future Towns ConferenceIlford Town Centre – A Case Study

Marc Myers,

Chairman,

Ilford BID Ltd

Mark Lucas

Chief Planning & Regeneration Officer,

London Borough of Redbridge

Presented by

2nd December 2013

ilford town centre the place

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First rail service arrived in Ilford in 1839 via the ‘Eastern Counties Railway’

The Metropolitan Town Centre of Ilford is designated an Opportunity Area in the Mayor’s London Plan

Ilford Town Centre, located in the north east of London

55 hectares in size

c24,000 residents live in and around the Town Centre boundary

Ilford is under 20mins from London Liverpool Street via the Greater Anglia mainline.

Redbridge ethnicity highlights,

43% White

42% Asian

9% Black

4% mixed

Ilford Town Centre – The Place

ilford town centre planning aap

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Ilford Town Centre – Planning AAP

Adopted in 2008 and identifies 35 opportunity sites over 19 hectares, that collectively have the potential to deliver:-

More than 5,000 new homes, in the long term.

Approximately 95,000 m² (gross) of new and replacement High Street retail, restaurants, café, leisure and cultural uses.

Other active ground floor uses (i.e. secondary, retail, service/ community uses, residential/ office entrances) and new/ replacement small scale commercial and employment uses.

A range of social, education, health and leisure facilities to serve the existing and new populations.

ilford town centre marketing

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Ilford Town Centre - Marketing

Our award winning website

(Local Government IT Excellence Awards - Socitm 2010)

offers virtual tour and 3D animation of over 20 development opportunity sites

http://www.investilford.co.uk

Our ‘Ilford’ App, available from the Apple Store, offering 3D animation and due diligence for over 20 development opportunity sites

In partnership with VirtualViewing

ilford town centre governance

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Ilford Town Centre – Governance

Ilford Town Centre Programme Board

LBR front line services Chiefs

Met Police’s Head of neighbourhood policing (Redbridge)

Vision-Redbridge, Culture and Leisure

Greater Anglia Trains

Communications

Business Improvement District

ilford town centre the bid journey

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  • An established and long running town centre partnership
  • A desire from the businesses of Ilford for something different
  • Well developed relationship with our local authority in Redbridge
  • A 2009 ballot with aims on service improvements
  • Safe, Clean and Welcoming

Ilford Town Centre - The BID Journey

ilford town centre what we do

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Ilford Town Centre – What we Do
  • Protect, Promote and Progress
ilford town centre protect

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Ilford Town Centre – Protect

Security Planting Ambassadors Cleaning Investment Festive

ilford town centre protect1

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Ilford Town Centre – Protect

Family Markets Website Branding Loyalty Promotion

ilford town centre meyer bergman

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  • Purchase of Exchange Shopping Centre
  • £72M investment into our town
  • Further capital investment
  • Bold asset plan
  • Supportive of Ilford BID

Ilford Town Centre – Meyer Bergman

ilford town centre public sector presence

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Ilford Town Centre – Public Sector Presence

Council H.Q., - 1,300 staff

The Met. Police - 580 Officers

Probations Service - 112 staff

Integrated Youth Service Contracts (IYSC) – 28 staff

Redbridge College – 16 staff/ 620 students

Redbridge Library - 100 staff

Tunnelling Academy – 150 students, totalling 3,500 students

Representing10% of the total footfall of the Exchange Shopping Centre

ilford town centre licensing initiatives

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Ilford Town Centre – Licensing Initiatives

Voluntary ban on high strength liquor

Police and the Council seeking voluntary agreements with off licences to restrict the sales of high strength beers and ciders so as to impact upon the street drinkers problem that has emerged in the town over the last 3-4 years.

Betting & gambling – emerging policies

The Council have recently resolved to write to the Home Office and express concerns at the proliferation of betting shops and high stakes gaming machines within the town centre

Ilford Cumulative Impact Zone (CIZ) 2010

Restricts the number of alcohol licensed premises, (Pubs, off-licences, Take-aways)

ilford town centre crossrail impact

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Ilford Town Centre – Crossrail Impact

£6m Station upgrade

£50m Ilford (CR) Depot re-configuration

£12m Tunnelling & Underground Construction Academy

New Public Realm

New rolling stock

New operating concession

Adjacent development

Ilford Depot 11.6 Ha

ilford town centre funding options

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Ilford Town Centre – Funding Options

£2.3m - BID business rates uplift

£5.1m - Urban Integration Study – Crossrail Ltd, Transport for London & London Borough of Redbridge

£3.2m - in S.106 receipts

£2m - ‘Better Barkingside’ project funded by the Mayor’s Regeneration fund

c£2.1m - TfL funding for Town Centres’ highways improvements

£8m - Value of Community Infrastructure Levy notices issued since Jan 2012. (excludes Mayoral CIL)