In December 2015, Urban Systems, on behalf of Rio-Can, submitted an application (LOC2015-0194) to The City of Calgary to rezone the Southland Crossing site, located at the northwest corner of Macleod Trail SE and Southland Drive SE. The subject site is located in the community of Haysboro.

The existing land use districts allows for limited large retail uses and no residential uses with a maximum height of 18 metres.

The proposed land use districts would allow for mixed use buildings, which include ground-oriented commercial uses with residential uses above. The maximum building height proposed would be 120 metres.


The Southland Crossing land use redesignation was approved by City Council on July 31st.

Southland Crossing Site Image

Current Southland Crossing Site


The City of Calgary asked for public input on this rezoning application to the Southland Crossing site. For a summary of public feedback, view the What We Heard Report.

While we are asking for the community’s thoughts on the project, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the applicant will implement everything that the community suggests. The plan for the site must balance many factors including existing City policy goals, landowner’s rights, technical feasibility, and stakeholder’s feedback.

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