9.3 Land Use, Design and Zoning
Linbro has certain unique physical characteristics that underscore the area. Design guidelines should thus be managed by a supervisory body; the proposed Management Structure could play this role.
The content and administration of specific design guidelines will ultimately be determined at a later date; in the meantime, emphasis should be placed on achieving the goals outlined in this document.
Furthermore, all properties in the Linbro should be evaluated in terms of the UDF.
Where specific land uses are earmarked for a site, or where building form, parking requirements or other proposals are to be modified, the changes must be carefully evaluated as they could affect the entire UDF.
Furthermore, land-use applications can only be considered by the CoJ once suitable geological investigations, and where applicable, environmental and traffic assessments have been undertaken.
9.4 Financial Resources
The proposals for Linbro Park require financial resources and the UDF has attempted to balance what is desired against what can be afforded.
Since CoJ is likely to provide most of the funds, alternative funding opportunities are to be encouraged.
There may be scope to exploit the willingness and ability of the private sector to carry out appropriate development and infrastructure, either directly or in public-private partnerships.
LINBRO PARK: Urban Design Framework Plan