Site Resources, Evaluation, Plan Zoning and Essential Outdoor Spaces - Suggested Points

F (i) Outdoor activity provision ‘Quality of living’ factors that need more desirable future neighbourhood local Indoor/ outdoor connections – e.g. relaxation/passive and active recreation/ healthy exercise/sport/ education through discovery -about our own evolution linked to that of our complex and unique local flora and fauna.

F (ii) Site resources analysis – an essential pre-requisite to Zoning decisions. Who is really responsible and why is this not happening in the early stages of planning new residential neighbourhoods; resulting in gross land clearances and a large scale waste of a valuable and future natural infrastructure ?

Sites evaluation
Implications of higher and lower residential densities
The absence of proper planning for local community development
Natural areas under consideration for Development