Edmonton Design Committee
The Edmonton Design Committee (EDC) reviews presentations from both Civic Departments and the public in regards to Major Developmental Applications, Direct Control Rezoning Applications, and Public Projects city-wide with a pre-determined geographical area.
Formed and passed by the City Council on July 19, 2005, the EDC normally meets every second Tuesday at City Hall. If required, the Committee may set additional dates for presentations.
Once you have met requirements and a proper application has been filed, this committee presides over your presentation.
Agendas listing Pre-Consultation Assessment and Formal presentation times scheduled for that day are posted in the presentation waiting area. Presentations do not start before the time listed on the schedule.
The Edmonton Design Committee meets in public, and is designed to review submissions the provide advise to the City's Development Officer. Other elements of the planning process, including opportunities for appeals on Development permits and presentations to City Council at Public Hearings continue unchanged.
The selection of members, organizational structure and mandate of the EDC are set out in the Edmonton Design Committee Bylaw 14054. The regulations governing zoning and development are outlined in the Zoning Bylaw 12800 and the Subdivision Authority Bylaw.
For more information:
Edmonton Design Committee Administration
5th Floor, 10250 - 101 Street NW