ABOUT THE PROJECT
An application that proposes a land use that is not permitted in an existing Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) often goes through a public engagement process to help The City understand how the proposal may alter the vision established in the ARP. The City is reviewing how the proposed land use amendments align with the Municipal Development Plan (MDP) policy and is seeking public input as part of our review. No decisions or recommendations have been made at this time.
What is an Area Redevelopment Plan?
An Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) is one of the tools The City uses to guide development. It sets high-level requirements that future development will have to meet for an area. An ARP outlines general rules that may include:
- Where certain sizes and types of buildings should be located.
- Where amenity spaces and other public infrastructure should be located.
- How the land can be used and what can be built on the land (commercial, residential, retail, etc.)
- Identifies improvements to infrastructure are needed to accommodate changes.
AREA REDEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW PROCESS
Thank you to those of you who provided your input. The surveys are now closed.
Click each of the tiles below for more information about the proposed Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) amendments and to see a compilation of the feedback received in the associated What We Heard report.