Jasper Place Area Redevelopment Plan
The City of Edmonton is embarking on an Area Redevelopment Plan process for the four Jasper Place neighbourhoods, including Britannia-Youngstown, Canora, Glenwood, West Jasper Place, and part of the Stony Plain Road Corridor.
Following our information and feedback sessions, we are going to be holding a public Open House on June 10, 2013. Visit the public involvement page to learn more.
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What is an Area Redevelopment Plan?
An Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) is a statutory planning document for mature neighbourhoods. It sets out a vision for the area in relation to land use and planning, providing a locally appropriate approach to achieving city-wide objectives.
In 2010, the City of Edmonton adopted a new Municipal Development Plan, The Way We Grow. It sets out the City’s vision for a more compact, sustainable and livable city.
The City also approved a revitalization strategy for Jasper Place in 2009 which included the goal of undertaking an Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) process for the four Jasper Place neighbourhoods. This work is now getting underway.
How will it be done?
The ARP will be developed in collaboration with community and City stakeholders over the next year. It will build on the existing visioning work that has been done through the revitalization strategy and will create a local strategy for implementing the City’s key strategic priorities, while recognizing community aspirations as they were expressed in the revitalization strategy.
The Jasper Place ARP public involvement diagram shows the timeline for this process.
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