We are working with the City to add an additional hour to our Partners in Planning sessions taking place January 11th and February 8th. The additional hour would be devoted to the Guidebook. We are also working on setting up a Community Planning Exchange, likely at the end of February, where the Guidebook will be […]
After the Standing Policy on Planning and Urban Development (PUD) Committee meeting on Wednesday, the Guidebook for Great Communities has been delayed in thanks to our work and that of our industry colleagues. Leslie Evans, our Executive Director was part of a panel that was created at the request of the PUD Committee members. The […]
Information on the Guidebook for Great Communities, Multi Community Plans and Funding Growth and Change
The Guidebook for Great Communities (GGC) The City is adopting a new Guidebook for Great Communities (GGC) which directs how communities will grow and evolve. The Guidebook is the tool (statutory policy) that sets out guidance and a common understanding of how development will contribute to a great community (see attached letter to community). If […]
As of yesterday morning, The Guidebook for Great Communities has been delayed in thanks to our work and that of our industry colleagues. Incidentally, the Guidebook for Great Communities will be a statutory document which will come into effect once Council approves it. While most of it won’t be applicable until your community has a […]
Administration is updating long range land-use and transportation plans that will affect the life of Calgarians. Read on for more information!
Administration is going to a Committee of Council to propose solutions for height, tree retention, and green landscaping. Read on for more details!
The City is looking to support short-term occupancy for businesses that create minimal impact on communities. Read on to learn more!
Do you live near 45 Street Station or along MacLeod Trail? The U of C Master of Planning students have been working to create a vision for your community! Read on for more info
As a result of the AGLC licensing moratorium, the City is proposing an option for unopened cannabis stores to extend their development permits.
On April 10th, groups of students representing four communities will pitch their placemaking ideas to a panel of judges. If you live in Elbow Park, Deer Ridge, Mount Pleasant, or Riverbend, come cheer on your group! It’s also a great way to learn about placemaking and Exploring Communities, if you’re interested in applying next year. Click the link for details.