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The 'Missing Middle' Infill Design Competition criteria were created and supported by the Spruce Avenue Community League and Spruce Avenue residents.

The competition will focus on demonstrating how medium-density 'missing middle' housing can be both economically feasible and include good design that works in Edmonton.

We are excited by the opportunity for Spruce Avenue residents to take part in shaping the Missing Middle Design Competition, and thus, informing the final designs for a proposed housing development unique to our community.

- Spruce Avenue Community League

Meet Our Competition Community Advisors

The City has enlisted the efforts of 2 Spruce Avenue residents to serve as Community Advisors to the 'Missing Middle' Infill Design Competition, between November 2018 and September 2019.

The Community Advisors will help ensure that community perspectives provided by the Spruce Avenue Community League and Spruce Avenue residents are considered during the Missing Middle Design Competition jury deliberations. This will include acting liaisons between the Spruce Avenue Community League and residents and the City of Edmonton’s Missing Middle Infill Design Competition team.

Joshua Culling

Joshua Culling

Joshua Culling is the Vice President of the Spruce Avenue Community League. He is in the final year of his Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning program at the University of Alberta. He lives in a semi-detached infill with his wife, son and Boston Terrier.

Jonathan Hlewka

Jonathan Hlewka

Jonathan Hlewka is a member of the Spruce Avenue Community League. He lives with his partner, Sarah, in a bungalow built in 1947 near the 'Missing Middle' Infill Design Competition site. Jon graduated from NAIT in 2013 and is currently an Instrumentation Technician. Jon is passionate about green spaces, especially in urban communities and is always looking for ways to be more eco-conscious.

Learn more about the Roles of the Community Advisors.