Capital Urban Lands Master Plan
Preparation of the Capital Urban Lands Master Plan
In view of the strategic and symbolic importance of the Capital’s urban lands, the NCC has undertaken the preparation of the Capital Urban Lands Master Plan. The purpose of this master plan is to define a vision, strategic directions, guidelines and development proposals for the Capital’s urban lands in order to enhance the contribution they make to the experience and unique living environment of Canada’s Capital.
Designed to be reviewed on a 10-year cycle, the master plan is intended to be a visionary and inspiring document with a 50-year horizon, while serving as a practical tool to support everyday decisions of the NCC and other federal departments.
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The Capital Urban Lands Master Plan will be completed in two phases namely:
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- Phase 1 (ongoing, until fall 2011) will provide a vision statement and concept plan, based on an exhaustive descriptive assessment of the Capital’s urban lands.
- Phase 2 (fall 2011 to fall 2012) will incorporate policy statements, guidelines and development proposals for each sector within the Capital’s urban lands (with the exception of the Capital core area, for which a sector plan was approved in 2005).
Should be interesting to see what comes of this....
Here is some of the background information.
.. the slideshow of land transactions is interesting