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Community Planning

Planning Committee Meetings

The Planning Committee meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7 pm at the Community Hall. Everyone is welcome to attend or join the committee.

Agenda

Tuesday, March 3, 2020  :  This agenda is subject to change up to the day of the meeting.

7:00 pm:  Alane Smith to discuss proposed changes at Rosemount Condos

7:30 pm: DP2020-0519;214 – 10 Ave NE; garage and laneway house

Recent Meeting Agendas:

February 18, 2020

7:00 pm: DP2020-0519; 214 – 10 Ave NE; garage and laneway house

7:30 pm: DP2020-0607; 906 Centre St NE; change of use; coffee shop proposal to connect units 914 and 916 with two doors to create one large unit.

February 4, 2020

7:00 pm:  OPEN HOUSE: The Providence Group will present it’s plans for 330 – 1 Ave NE. A condo development is proposed.

January 7, 2020

7:00 pm: DP2019-6434; 906 Centre St NE; change of use; brewery, winery, distillery

7:30 pm: LOC2019-0196; 330 – 1 Ave NE; Land use amendment to M-H1

November 19, 2019

7:00 pm: DP 2019-5624: 224 – 8 Ave NE; new semi-detached dwelling, accessory residential building (garage)

October 15. 2019

7:00 pm: Gary Beyer, The Providence Group, to discuss potential development of  the large undeveloped lot at the corner of 1 Ave NE and 3 St NE.

7:30 pm: DP2019-5070; 1121 Centre St NW; change of use; instructional facility

October 1, 2019

7:00 pm: DP2019-4579; 336-8 Ave NE; new multi-residential building

7:30 pm: DP2019-4648; #15, 1015 Centre St NW; change of use; public & quasi-public building

August 6, 2019

7:30 pm LOC2018-0223; 1109 Edmonton Tr NE; rezoning to mixed use

Development Permit (DP) Information Online:

For information on DPs in our community, you can access the City of Calgary website at Calgary.ca/PDmap to find a map of all current developments.

Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP)

An Area redevelopment plan is an urban planning designation created by The City of Calgary for the purposes of facilitating development in specific geographic areas. In practice, ARPs are used to guide how an existing built-up area or neighbourhood should develop in the future.

An ARP for our community is currently in place.  You can find it on The City of Calgary website.