Last week, p4 Pittsburgh released the p4 Performance Measures, which have been in development for all of 2016. The twelve p4 Performance Measures “will help determine investment prioritization for Pittsburgh’s real estate development projects” in the following categories, each of which offers 10 possible points:
Over 100 technical and community experts and leaders contributed to the p4 Performance Measures, including numerous GBA staff, Board members, partner organizations, and stakeholders. You can find the details of all 12 measures in the p4 Performance Measures Report, or read the brief.
“The successful use of the Measures is dependent on solid and efficient review, approval, and accountability systems which I am committed to improving or establishing, where needed, as we work to implement this new approach for evaluating projects for public investment.” –Mayor William Peduto
p4 Pittsburgh is a collaboration between the City of Pittsburgh and The Heinz Endowments to “forge a new model of urban growth and development that is innovative, inclusive, and sustainable.” The four “P”s stand for People, Planet, Place, and Performance — with p4 Pittsburgh officially launched at an April 2015 summit. The second p4 conference is October 18 & 19, 2016.
Local p4 Performance Measure coverage last week included:
- Mayor Peduto unveils tool to ‘level the development playing field’, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
- Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto reveals plan for building projects, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette