Revised June 2017
The Edmonton Energy and Technology Park Area Structure Plan (EETP ASP) is a long-term planning document that provides the framework for development within the plan area. It was adopted by Council on June 9, 2010 and has been amended several times to respond to changing market conditions.
The proposed ASP and custom Zoning amendments will encourage development by increasing “investment readiness” of the Edmonton Energy and Technology Park. Applications for the amendments were submitted in March 2017. Minor revisions have been completed as a result of circulation to City departments, adjacent municipalities, agencies, and other stakeholder groups. The Public Hearing is scheduled for September 11, 2017. The Agenda will be available on September 8, 2017. Further details, including the process to make submissions or to speak at the Public Hearing are available on the City Council & Public Hearing Agendas & Minutes web page.
Key Changes to the ASP
- Arterial Road Network: The road network more closely follows the grid pattern of section boundaries and existing road right-of-ways; it is less curvilinear and more efficient than the existing proposed network.
- Development Concept: The development concept merges the EETP Logistics and Manufacturing precincts into a new Medium Industrial Precinct.
- Medium Industrial Zone: A new EETP Medium Industrial Zone will implement the Medium Industrial Precinct; it offers the core manufacturing and logistics uses as well as increased flexibility for other general industrial uses that are commonly found in standard medium industrial zones.
- Other changes include:
- Land use and employment statistics updates
- Map updates,based on revised arterial road network, and updated data
- New Collector Road Network Concept
- General updates to reflect references to current policies and documents
- Spring 2017 - Agency Circulation/Landowner Notification - Complete
- September 11, 2017 - Public Hearing
- Fall 2017 - Capital Region Board (circulation and appeal period)
- Winter 2017 - Third reading/adoption
If your mailing address for a property you own has changed, you must submit address changes in writing, to ensure you receive both tax notices and notifications regarding the EETP Area Structure Plan.
Fill out the City of Edmonton Change of Mailing Address Request available in the Forms section.
We recommend you also change your mailing address at Land Titles - Service Alberta.