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YEAR 1986

STRATEGY CBD Study

AUTHOR

1989

CBD Height Controls

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KEY POINTS Heritage policy Heritage district Heritage Conservation area

SPATIAL RAMIFICATION Definition of heritage district Definition of Conservation area

10 m height limit Encourage residential living Additional parking Heritage incentives Design guidelines Art deco themes & tourism Awards Exemptions to redevelopment strategy 1990

Napier Inner City Redevelopment Strategy

Hames Sharley

Enhance the Inner City as the focus of the City’s retail, commercial and cultural activities (inner city study 1985.)

Emerson St should be recognized as a component in the broader Inner City Area dependent on the transportation network, pedestrian links, centers of employment, recreation, culture and leisure

Emerson St focus with connection to redevelopment of excess railway land to South east? Street closures Improved ped links Focus to retail core Redevelopment of Clive Square Addition of off street parking facilities Development guidelines Allowance for sidewalk seating etc

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MARKET LANE

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YEAR 1999

STRATEGY Napier Central Area Review

AUTHOR TDG

KEY POINTS Traffic flows from West – SW = Carlysle 10500 Thackery 7500 Kennedy 14000 Latham 7000 Total 39000 vpd

SPATIAL RAMIFICATION Mismatch 1986 road hierachy scemem change 38 “ parking and traffic layout of Clive Square will also need review to optimize links to lower Emerson and Tennyson

Traffic flows from South Wellesley 1800 Hastings 3200 marine parade 5800 Total 12600 vpd Traffic flows from the North Milton 3500 Shakespeare 5200 marine parade 6000 Total 14800 vpd High flows in core – compounded by off street parking on Dickens street Network stoppages during seasonal peaks Over and under utilization of internal roads Tennyson street – dual function as fringe shopping and arterial Lack of definition southern approaches – parallel primary arterials Poor definition of road function Improved performance of regional network heavy freight routes

NCC Inner City Strategic DOCs Summary Table

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STRATEGY

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KEY POINTS Connections to Clive squareisolation due to one way roads

SPATIAL RAMIFICATION

2000

Marine Parade Strategic Development Plan

OPUS

Enhance and beautify Natural and built environment of Marine parade

“To develop Marine Parade as a memorable destination that reflects the character of Napier to all users”

Improve and strengthen links between Marine parade and city Develop as offering mix of uses for mix of users Utilize to identify key historical events of Napier’s past to reflect Napier’s identity Promote as total destination 2000

NAPIER CBD A Streetscape design guide

Kay & Keys Architects

Planting guide. Precincts- heritage and Downtown

2003

Retail Strategy

Connel Wagner / Urban Initiatives

Strategy for managing future development of retailing

Connections heritage Big Box Retail

2004

Crime prevention Plan

Stoks ltd.

NCC Inner City Strategic DOCs Summary Table

Inner city Living Railway CPTED

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+ STRENGTHS Heritage character Market perceptions Climate and Sun access People Grid morphology Retail mix Cultural Heritage

CENTRAL CITY RETAIL PRESSURES

+ WEAKNESS Poorly designed Newer Infill Predominance of retail Street furniture elements aging One side sunny other not Inconsistent Planting Poor connection Clive square to Marine Parade Lack of hierarchy in street types Lack of gateway character

+ OPPORTUNITY Connection to Clive square Connection to theatre Integrated development Public attractors Public art Mix of uses Inner-city living Rationalize Parking to South East Western gateway Emerson Street re think Central City Master Plan Bus Station Cultural Heritage

+ THREAT Other Centres _ Hastings, Ahuriri Continued weakening of retail sector Demographics Online EQPB Perception Tired design No public strong “attractors” Reliance on singular point of difference “deco” Poor District plan alignment with mixed use and inner city living Art deco controls don’t allow contemporary or innovative design

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OPPORTUNITY FURTHER OPPORTUNITY TO EXPLORE PUBLIC REALM INITIATIVES TAKING ADVANTAGE OF SOLAR ORIENTATION OF CITY STREETS TO CREATE SUNNY PLACES OF REPOSE IN WINTER AND SHADY PLACES IN SUMMER.

SUNNY SITTING ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY EXISTING STREET FURNISHING PRESENTS TIRED IMAGE AND PRESENTS AN OPPORTUNITY TO UPGRADE TO CONTEMPORARY BEST PRACTICE TO MAINTAIN A COMPETITIVE EDGE RELATIVE TO OTHER COMPETING DESTINATIONS.

STREET FURNITURE ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY EXISTING EMERSON STREET LAYOUT AND TREATMENT CREATES CLUTTERED IMAGE. OPPORTUNITY EXISTS TO DECLUTTER STREET CREATING VIEW SHAFT ALONG ITS LENGTH ENABLING BETTER CLARITY FOR WAY FINDING AND CONNECTIVITY.

DE- CLUTTER ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY DISTANT VIEWS CREATE BETTER CLARITY FOR WAY FINDING AND CONNECTIVITY AS WELL AS CREATING SENSE OF PLACE IN WIDER CONTEXT

VISUAL CONNECTION VIEWS BEYOND ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY CREATING LANDMARKS AND FRAMING VIEWS ALLOW BETTER CLARITY FOR WAY FINDING AND CONNECTIVITY.

LANDMARKS ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY EXISTING CLIVE SQUARE LAYOUT AND TREATMENT CREATES AN OPPORTUNITY FOR RETHINKING OPEN SPACE ACTIVITY AS WELL AS THE SURROUNDING STREET NETWORK AND LAND USE.

CLIVE SQUARE AND SURROUNDS ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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CLIVE SQUARE/MEMORIAL SQUARE Clive Square was included in the original town plan mapped out in 1854. Abutting downtown Napier, it provides a verdant vista for shoppers and cafe-goers looking west down Emerson Street. The park was conceived as the equivalent of the English village green, and Napier’s first cricket and football matches were played here. A track that cut across the middle of the square later became the street that divides the area into two - Clive Square and Memorial Square. In 1886, the square was enclosed with white picket fencing and gates at the corner entrances. Most of the enclosed area was in lawn, with trees and shrubs planted around the perimeter. The Clive Square side boasted a large centred circle, and seating around the outside of this faced inwards to a central band rotunda. YLHZRYHUV

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TIN TOWN The 1931 earthquake devastated Napier’s commercial heart and in its aftermath temporary buildings were constructed in the two squares to provide premises for shops and banks. Phoenix palms were temporarily removed to make way for the timber and corrugated iron structures, which were affectionately referred to as “Tin Town”. For two years, these improvised buildings played an important role in sustaining retail and banking activity while the central business district was rebuilt. PRESENT LAYOUT After Tin Town was dismantled, the gardens were restored and upgraded. The band rotunda in the centre of Clive Square had been badly damaged in the earthquake and was replaced in 1934 with a goldfish pond. Three years after they were moved to another part of town, the Phoenix Palms were returned.

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INNER CITY CHARACTER - HISTORIC CLIVE ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY AS PART OF THE RETHINKING OF EXISTING CLIVE SQUARE THERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO CREATE AN INTEGRATED MARKET INFRASTRUCTURE AND LANDSCAPE DESIGN.

MARKET ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY OPPORTUNITY EXISTS WEST OF CLIVE SQUARE TOO RECONSIDER ROADING NETWORK AND LAND USE TO CREATE A WELCOMING GATEWAY TO THE CITY AND A PRECINCT MORE SUITABLE TO PEDESTRIAN ACTIVITY AND OFFERING A MORE DIVERSE MIXTURE OF ACTIVITY INTEGRATING BETTER INTO THE HISTORIC CONTEXT OF DECO CITY.

SUPERMARKETS ARE FOR CARS ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY OPPORTUNITY EXISTS SOUTH WEST OF CLIVE SQUARE TOO RECONSIDER INFORMAL FREE PARKING AREA.

CAR PARKS ARE FOR PARKING ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY THERE IS A STRONG CONNECTION BETWEEN THE ART DECO RESOURCE, EARTH QUAKE PRONE BUILDINGS AND TOURISM . THE OPPORTUNITY EXISTS TO BUILD ON THE STRENGTH OF THE EXISTING BRAND AND BENEFIT THE TOURIST EXPERIENCE.

DECO EQPB TOURISM ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY THE RELOCATION AND FORMALIZATION OF A BUS STATION FACILITY CREATE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT AND BETTER USER EXPERIENCE.

BUS STATION ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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NAPIER CITY BUS STATION EXISTING PROPOSAL ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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BUS STOP DEVELOPMENT

TREATING CARLYLE STREET AS FORMALISED PARKING BUS AREA CREATES EFFICIENCIES IN FUNCTIONAL AND ECONOMIC TERMS AS WELL AS ALLOWING POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF AN UNDER UTILISED COUNCIL ASSET. THIS COULD BE DONE IN CONJUNCTION WITH A WIDER INNER CITY MASTER PLAN THE INCLUDES THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE CLIVE SQUARE PRECINCT.

NAPIER CITY BUS STATION ALTERNATIVE PROPOSAL ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY THER E IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO RETHINK MARKET STREET TO BECOME A HIGHER PERFORMING PUBLIC PLACE.

MARKET STREET ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY THE VARIOUS ALLY CONNECTION WITHIN THE CITY CENTRE PROVIDE VISUAL INTEREST AS WELL AS CONNECTIVITY. THERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEVERAGE SOME OF THOSE BENEFITS FURTHER.

ALLEYWAYS ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY TIFFEN PARK SIT ISOLATED FROM CENTRAL AREA. OPPORTUNITIES TO CONNECT MORE DIRECTLY VISUALLY AND PHYSICALLY WITH INNER CITY CORE COULD ADD VALUE TO INNER CITY EXPERIENCE.

TIFFEN PARK CONNECTION ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY RECONSIDERATION OF EXISTING UNDER UTILISED MALL SPACES IN TERMS OF VIABILITY AS A TYPE IN THE NAPIER CONTEXT AS WELL AS THE RETAIL MIX AND CONNECTIONS IN THE NORTH SOUTH DIRECTION. POTENTIAL TO SEED ACTIVATION WITH POP UPS AND CREATIVE INDUSTRY.

MALLS ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT IN EMERSON STREET PRESENTS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR RECONSIDERATION. CURRENT DESIGN CREATES SOME CONFUSION AS TO PRIORITIZATION OF TRAVEL MODE. IS IT A VEHICLE MALL OR A PEDESTRIAN MALL. OPPORTUNITIES AROUND SHARED SPACE ARRANGEMENT COULD BE PURSUED.

PEDESTRIANIZATION ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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OPPORTUNITY SUMMARY

CREATE ATTRACTIONS CREATE REASONS TO PAUSE CREATE BETTER CONNECTIONS CREATE DENSITY IN LAND USE PRIORITISE PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT INTERGRATE INFRASTUCTURE ENABLE INNOVATIVE DESIGN SOLUTIONS

CITIES ARE FOR PEOPLE ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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PROJECT FOR PUBLIC SPACE ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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USEFUL PRECEDENTS The development of pedestrian areas in the city from 1962…….7 times more People Space!

COPENHAGEN ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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USEFUL PRECEDENTS

4 times more people spend time in the city

COPENHAGEN ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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USEFUL PRECEDENTS Madison Square Multimodal Improvements Manhattan, 2008

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MADISON SQUARE LOW COST “TEMPORARY “ APPROACH TO PUBLIC REALM INITIATIVES TURNING CAR SPACES TO PEOPLE SPACES.

STREET IMPROVEMENTS ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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USEFUL PRECEDENTS

LOW LOW COST COST “TEMPORARY “TEMPORARY ““ APPROACH APPROACH TO TO PUBLIC PUBLIC REALM REALM INITIAINITIATIVES TURNING CAR SPACES TO PEOPLE SPACES. TIVES TRANSFORMING STREET-SCAPES

STREET IMPROVEMENTS ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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USEFUL PRECEDENTS

LOW COST “TEMPORARY “ APPROACH TO PUBLIC REALM INITIATIVES CREATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PAUSE.

POP UP PUBLIC SPACE ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

P 47


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PUBLIC ART INITIATIVES ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

P 48


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GREENING INFRASTRUCTURE ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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INTEGRATING PLAY SPACES ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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RE PRIORITIZING VEHICLE DOMINATED STREETSCAPES TO “SHARED” SPACES WHERE PEDESTRIAN HAVE RIGHT OF WAY.

SHARED SPACES ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

P 51


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SPATIAL AND DIRECTIONAL CLARITY ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

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INTEGRATION OF REGIONAL CULTURE AND ECOLOGY ANTHONY VILE JULY 10TH 2013_ ©AV13

P 53


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