TCI NPDP Presentation to Public - Salt Cay

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PRESENTATION TO PUBLIC - SALT CAY

12 NOVEMBER 2020

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PROJECT INTRODUCTION

} GOVERNMENT OF THE TURKS + CAICOS (Client)

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE + PLANNING FIRM (prime consultant)

KO N A G R AY P R I N C I PA L

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} BETSY SUITER VICE PRESIDENT

MIHAELA ZAHARESCU VICE PRESIDENT

K AT I E P O P P E L DESIGNER

Richmond Financial, Local Liaison

EXPERT PROJECT TEAM (consultants)


EXPERT CONSULTANT TEAM INTRODUCTION

DR. STEFAN HARZEN S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y + RESILENCY SPECIALIST

SAM PHLEGAR

ERIC LIFF

KENIA LIMA

PETER KERRIGAN

J OAQ U I N VA R G AS

P R E S I D E N T, P R I N C I PA L ENGINEER

P R I N C I PA L

EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT

ENGINEER

ENGINEER

TOURISM

ENGINEERING

BARBARA BRUNNICK, PH.D. GIS/ ARC VIEW SPECIALIST

ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS

COASTAL RESOURCES

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ECONOMICS

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ABOUT THE NPDP THE NPDP IS:

• a document that recommends policies to guide the spatial growth of the archipelago • a strategic planning tool for future land use • a framework to achieve the goals that have been identified based on public input • a document with a 10 year lifespan

THE NPDP IS NOT::

• a build-out plan for the entire archipelago • a proposal to change the Planning Department structure or TCIG • a solution to all cultural and social issues that have been identified by the public • an attempt to stop or modify any current or recent development permit applications

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ABOUT THE NPDP PURPOSE

strike a BALANCE between environmental sustainability + human development

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SITE INVENTORY + ANALYSIS

GAP ANALYSIS + INITIAL STRATEGIES FOCUS

SITE VISITS + PUBLIC MEETINGS

DRAFT PLAN

FINAL PLAN

PHASES + TIMELINE Public Meetings ✓ June 2020 ✓ August 2020 ✓ November 2020

BALANCE

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OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

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SITE VISITS + PUBLIC CONSULTATION 1. TCI Government

• Departments, Key Stakeholders Meetings, Interviews, Discussions

2. Site Visits

• All islands - PR | NC | MC | SC | GT | SA

3. Public Outreach

• Website, Survey, Mapping, Virtual ‘Presentations’ • Public Presentations

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STATISTICS

From January 2020 to November 2020, Turks and Caicos hosted a series of in-person workshops to guide the development of the NPDP. Since Covid-19 restricted the number of possible meetings and of potential attendees, these were supplemented by online presentations and surveys. The public was encouraged to share their thoughts of the best attributes of the island and the areas that needed improvement. The community engagement workshops were held for each of the six islands that were part of the six (6) study areas.

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Months Planning Department Advisory Online Meetings Stakeholder Interviews In-person Draft NPDP Presentations In-person Attendees; others via live-stream Online Draft NPDP Presentations Survey Questions Survey Responses In-Person Final NPDP Presentations

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VISION, PRINCIPLES, GOALS, & STRATEGIES National Physical Development Plan

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BIG PICTURE THE EFFORT BUILDS UPON VISION 2040 TO PROMOTE EQUITY, ENVIRONMENT, & ECONOMICS.

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THEMES

EQUITY

TCI CULTURE 1

RESILIENCE, SUSTAINABILITY + MULTIFUNCTIONALITY

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NATURE AS BEAUTY


GOALS + STRATEGIES 1. EQUITY 1.1 Preserve Crown Land 1.2 Provide Diverse Housing Opportunities 1.3 Provide and Protect Public Beach Access 1.4 Strengthen Education Opportunities for All Ages

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GOALS + STRATEGIES 2. RESILIENCE, SUSTAINABILITY AND MULTIFUNCTIONALITY 2.1 ENVIRONMENTAL 2.1.1 Strengthen Resilience 2.1.2 Promote Sustainable Development Goals 2.1.3 Consider Multifunctionality 2.2 ECONOMIC 2.2.1 Establish TCI as a future Technology Hub 2.2.2 Expand Agricultural Opportunities 2.2.3 Engage Public-Private Partnerships (P3) 2.2.4 D iscourage Sole Reliance on Tourism and Real Estate TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS | NATIONAL PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN


GOALS + STRATEGIES 3. ISLAND LINKAGE 3.1 One TCIG - One TCI Government 3.2 Ferry System 3.3 Ports and Marinas 3.4 Vehicular Island Connection 3.5 Flights 3.6 Inner Island Connectivity • Walking • Biking • Public Transit 3.7 Infrastructure TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS | NATIONAL PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN


GOALS + STRATEGIES 4. NATURE AS BEAUTY 4.1 Maintain the Integrity of National Parks 4.2 Encourage Protection of Critical Habitats on

Privately Held Land

4.3 Provide Access to Natural Resources

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GOALS + STRATEGIES 5. TCI CULTURE 5.1 Concentrate Development and Settlements 5.2 Maintain Historic Character 5.3 Promote TCI’s Cultural and Aesthetic Future

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SNAPSHOT OF SURVEY #1

Survey #1 was distributed and taken by the general public online. This survey began with questions about Turks and Caicos as a whole, followed by specific questions for each study island. This survey was active from June 8, 2020 until October 9, 2020.

Q: What island do you live on?

Q: How do you describe yourself?

Q: Where do you work?

Q: What is your age?

Providenciales - 76.98% North Caicos - 3.26% Middle Caicos - 0.70% South Caicos - 2.79% Grand Turk - 12.09% Salt Cay - 0.47% Other Cays - 1.16% I do not live in TCI - 2.56%

TCIslander - 68.84% Full time foreign resident - 20.70% Part time/ second home foreign resident - 4.65% Tourist - 1.40% Other - 4.42%

Agriculture - 0.23% Finance/banking - 7.44% Government - 13.49% Manufacturing - 0.70% Marine/Fishing - 2.09% Media/Technology - 4.88% Tourism/Hospitality- 26.05% Architecture/Construction- 7.44% Law - 4.65% Real Estate/Development- 4.65% Other- 17.21% Not currently employed- 11.22%

Under 18 years old - 1.63% 19-29 years old - 14.19% 30-39 years old - 27.44% 40-49 yeard old - 23.02% 50-59 years old - 22.09% 60-69 yeard old - 10.23% Over 70 years old - 1.40%

Most participants of the survey live in Providenciales.

Most participants are TCIslanders.

Most participants work in tourism jobs, as well as in the Government.

Most participants were between 30 and 39 years old.

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NOTE: 430 SURVEY PARTICIPANTS


SNAPSHOT OF SURVEY #1 Q: What is something you like about the Turks and Caicos Islands? WHITE SANDY BEACHES • Beautiful turquoise ocean and beach • Free access to beach

Q: What is something you would like to improve upon in the Turks and Caicos Islands? EMPOWERMENT OF THE PEOPLE • • • •

Equal treatment Create job opportunities by diversifying economy Transparency in decision making Accountability in land selling to foreigners

NATURE AND TRANQUILITY

NATURE AND COASTAL AREA PROTECTION

PEOPLE

REGULATE GROWTH

• Island life and air quality • Untapped potential • Tropical dry forest reserve/native vegetation

• • • •

Sense of togetherness Unique culture and simplicity of living Hospitality Resiliency of indigenous people

• Coral reef and marine protection • Dry forest preservation • Control access by enforcing law

• • • • •

Sustainable urban development Less density and sensitive design policy Utilities and waste management More walkways Proper transportation system with signage and lighting NOTE: 430 SURVEY PARTICIPANTS

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SURVEY #3 RESULTS - ARCHIPELAGO A 2 - DATA R E Q U E S T

A 2 - DATA R E Q U E S

Survey #3 National Physical Sustainable Development Plan

Survey #3 National Physical Sustainable Development Plan

Q9 If you could decide, what would you do to balance environmental Q: What would you do topreservation balance and development? environmental preservation and development? Answered: 219

Increase Protected Areas

Answered: 219

Skipped: 0

Increase Protected Areas

Maintain Areas Currently Protected

58.90%

Maintain all Areas Curren...

Decrease Protected Areas

Q: Is it easy toQ5find place live into TCI? Do youa believe it is easyto to find a place live within TCI? Yes

Yes

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Decrease Protected Areas

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71.23%

Other (Please Specify)

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90% 100%

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Survey #3 National Physical Sustainable Development Plan

Q11 Which form of tourism do you prefer to see in TCI?Rank all that apply Q: What form of tourism do you prefer to Q: What shouldQ10 beWhatfocus of economic do you think the focus of economic development should be? (1=most important; 5 least important): see in TCI? developement? ANSWER CHOICES

RESPONSES

Increase Protected Areas

38.36%

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Maintain all Areas Currently Protected

58.90%

129

Answered: 219

Decrease Protected Areas

Tourism

Skipped: 0

2.74%

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219

Tourism

Finance/Industry

Finance Industry

Agriculture Education

RESPONSES

Yes

18.26%

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71.23%

156

Skipped: 0 10.50%

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Other (Please Specify) TOTAL

219

High-End Resorts

High-end Resorts...

Cruise-Ship Based Tourism

Cruise ship-based...

23.74%

Agriculture

ANSWER CHOICES

Low Impact/Eco-Tourism

3.78

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Education

Health Services

Branded Hotels

Health Services

Infrastructure

Infrastructure

Other

Other (Please Specify)

Recreational Tourism

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ANSWER CHOICES

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Tourism

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Branded Hotels (Marriott,...

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High-end Resorts (Amanyara, COMO, Sailrock, etc)

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Cruise ship-based Tourism

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24.20% 53

19.18% 42

16.44% 36

6.85% 15

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19.18% 42

15.98% 35

51.14% 112

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SCORE


PUBLIC COMMENTS RECEIVED: TCI Main Concerns • DEVELOPMENT Development has no regulations, especially on Providenciales • PHYSICAL ISLAND CONNECTIVITY Spine Link Road to connect the Caicos Bank • DEEP WATER PORT Secondary deep water port location • AGRICULTURE Enhance agriculture practices to limit the import of food • ILLEGAL DEVELOPMENT • RENEWABLE ENERGY • NEW TECHNOLOGY TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS | NATIONAL PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN


ARCHIPELAGO CATALYST PROJECTS NC

HI-TECH AGRICULTURE

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EDUCATION + BOUTIQUE TOURISM

HISTORIC + CULTURAL TOURISM


ARCHIPELAGO: BUILDING HEIGHTS NC

1-3 STORY KEW: 1-3 STORY WHITBY: 1-3 STORY, 3-5 STORY* BOTTLE CREEK : 1-3 STORY, 3-5 STORY* SANDY POINT: 3-5 STORY

MC 1-2 STORY 3 STORY MAX*

PR RESIDENTIAL: 1-3 STORY DOWNTOWN: 1-5 STORY; 5-7 STORY* FIVE CAYS: 1-4 STORY MAX CHALK SOUND/SAPODILLA BAY: 1-3 STORY MAX NORTHWEST POINT: 3-5 STORY; UP TO 12 STORY* GRACE BAY: 7 STORY MAX; UP TO 12 STORY* THE BIGHT: 1-3 STORY; 4-5 STORY* TURTLE COVE: 1-3 STORY; 4-5 STORY* BLUE HILLS: 1-4 STORY MAX WHEELAND: 1-3 STORY LEEWARD: 1-3 STORY RICHMOND HILL: 1-3 STORY THOMPSON’S COVE: 1-3 STORY LONG BAY HILLS: 1-3 STORY, 4-5 STORY* JUBA SALINA: 1-3 STORY LEEWARD HIGHWAY: 1-3 STORY MAX

GT SC 1-2 STORY 3-5 STORY MAX* COMMERCIAL TOURISM + COCKBURN HARBOUR

1-3 STORY FRONT STREET: 1-3 STORY POND STREET: 4 STORY MAX LIGHTHOUSE POINT: 3 STORY MAX COCKBURN TOWN: 3 STORY MAX SALINA/TOWN POND: 4-5 STORY PERIMETER* ST 1-2 STORY 3 STORY MAX* * DENOTES REQUIRED SPECIAL APPROVAL

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CONNECTIVITY

FERRY

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ANALYSIS A ERI A L

ELE VATIO N A RE A S O F CU LTU R A L & H ISTO RIC A L SIG N I FIC A N CE AREAS OF O U T S TA N D I N G BEAUT Y

PROTEC TED A R E A & N AT U R A L S Y S T E M S

T R A N S P O R TAT I O N NETWORK

C R I T I C A L H A B I TAT SETTLEMENT & D E V E LO PM E N T N O D ES

V E G E TAT I O N OWNERSHIP

C O A S TA L R I S K B U I LT

COMPOSITE

N AT U R A L C O M P O S I T E

ST SALT CAY

N AT U R A L S Y S T E M S O V E R L AY

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SURVEY #2 RESULTS - SALT CAY Q: What do you love about Salt Cay? HISTORIC AND REMOTE

• Historical atmosphere • Sense of calm • Beaches

Q: What needs improvement on Salt Cay?

A 2 - DATA R E Q U E S T

Q: What are the most important considerations for Salt Cay? Q7 What are the most important considerations for Salt Cay? Please rank Survey #2 Salt Cay National Physical Sustainable Development Plan

in order of priority. (1=Most important; 10=Least important) Answered: 28

Transportation

Skipped: 0

Transportation

Strong Neighborhoods

Strong Neighborhood...

Safety and Accessibility

Safety and Accessibility

Economic Opportunity

Economic Opportunity

Historical Presevation

Historical Preservation

Environmental Preservation

Environmental Preservation

INFRASTRUCTURE AND ACCESS

• Increased/reliable flights • Infrastructure repairs • Restoration of historic structures • Employment opportunities

Housing Options

Housing Options

Tourism Opportunities

Tourism Opportunity 0

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Most participants are looking7.14% for 10.71% environmental and 32.14% 14.29% 7.14% 17.86% Safety and Accessibility 2 3 4 2 5 9 historical preservation. 14.29% 7.14% 32.14% 17.86% 14.29% 0.00% Economic Opportunity Historical Preservation

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PUBLIC COMMENT RECEIVED - SALT CAY Main concerns: • Is a cruise ship terminal a good idea? • Where can Salt Cay get investment from? • Develop 2-3 boutique hotels on the island • Connect Salt Cay to Grand Turk

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SALT CAY ISLAND THEMES SALT INDUSTRY Colonial History: Character: Colonial architecture and salinas Tourism: focus high end environmental tourism Design: muted colors and historic inspiration. New structures should feel as if they were built during the peak of activity in Salt Cay

WHITE

 REPRESENTS THE SALT INDUSTRY ON THE ISLAND

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Potential Water Connections Potential Land Connections

FRAMEWORK

Greenway Trail/Promenade Salina Boundary

LEG EN D NORTHEAST POINT NORTHWEST POINT NORTH BAY

ECO -TOU RISM: EN V I RON M ENTA L TOU RISM H OSPITA LIT Y * NORTH DISTRICT

AIRPORT

PORT A N D FERRY TERM I N A L

- I N N ER M A R I N A H A R BOU R - M I X ED US E D E V ELO PM ENT O PP OU NTIT Y - I N FR A STRUC TU R E U P G R AG E

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Settlements

Beach Entry

Key Nodes

Snorkeling

Existing Development

Historic Sites

Proposed Ferry Dock/Port

View Points

Proposed Marina

Airport

Proposed Resort/Hotels

Ferry Dock/Port

Points of Interest

Marina

Residential Development LONG POINT

BALFOUR TOWN

Area of Concern National Park/Nature Reserve Proposed Agricultural Land

TOWN SALINA

A RE A OF H ISTORIC I NTEREST

Dive Spots

M A RI N A DE V ELOPM ENT POTENTI A L Exceptional Opportunity Good Opportunity Moderate Potential

Land to be Preserved LONG BAY

ECO -TOU RISM: TOW N SA LI N A EN V I RON M ENTA L TOU RISM

ECO -TOU RISM: EN V I RON M ENTA L TOU RISM HOSPITA LIT Y *

Critical Areas Reefs Historical Interest Beach/Waterfront Access

SOUTH DISTRICT

Primary Circulation (Existing) SOUTH CREEK

Primary Circulation (Proposed) Secondary Circulation Potential Water Connections Potential Land Connections Greenway Trail/Promenade

SOUTH BAY

Salina Boundary Dive Spots Beach Entry

SOUTH POINT

Snorkeling Historic Sites View Points

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LAND USE PLAN LEG EN D Park Open Space Park Local Park Reserve Park National Agriculture Farming & Food Production

AIRPORT NORTH DISTRICT

GRAY SALINA

Tourism / Hospitality Commercial Local Mixed Use Infrastructure / Civic Industrial

AREA OF HISTORIC INTEREST

TOWN SALINA

Airport Infrastructure Utilities Future Community Development (Residential / Open Space) Residential High Density Residential Medium Density Residential Low Density A

SOUTH DISTRICT

Residential Low Density B Residential Low Density C

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Park Open Space

Commercial Local

Park Reserve

Mixed Use

Park Local

Infrastructure / Civic

Agriculture Farming & Food Production

Industrial

Commercial Tourism / Hospitality

Airport

Park Open Space

Commercial Local

Infrastructure Utilities

Park Reserve

Mixed Use

Residential Medium Density

Park Local

Infrastructure / Civic

Residential Low Density A

Agriculture Farming & Food Production

Industrial

Residential Low Density B

Commercial Tourism / Hospitality

Airport

Residential Low Density C

Commercial Local

Infrastructure Utilities

Mixed Use

Residential Medium Density

Infrastructure / Civic

Residential Low Density A

Industrial

Residential Low Density B

Airport

Residential Low Density C

AREA ACTION PLAN - SOUTH DISTRICT

Infrastructure Utilities Residential Medium Density Residential Low Density A

AACP LEGEND

Residential Low Density B Residential Low Density C

AACP LEGEND

AACP LEGEND

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