The third step is to build what we call a 'place shaping framework' that will serve to embed the guiding principles in policy.
- Identify the tools, systems and methods to most effectively deliver the agreed vision and guiding principles
- Be flexible enough to allow for the dynamic modification or replacement of recommended tools, such as strategies, initiatives and projects, that are not successfully delivering the aspirations set out in the guiding principles
- Place human needs as central to all policies
- Recommend how existing strategies, programs and other implementation tools can be altered or replaced to achieve better human-centred design outcomes
- Seek tools that permit greater integration of governance across metro Adelaide to foster more effective and efficient decision making.
- Ensure that new tools are clearly aligned to principles that evolve from the engagement process.
To read more about the place-shaping framework, which is structured on the five key themes Vibrant, Moving, Green, Liveable and Leading download the 'IDS Knowledge Base Recommendations report'.