We heard your feedback on the draft Regional Land Use Map and draft Land Use Categories and on this website we will outline how this input was incorporated into the updated draft map and policies. We also have new information to share with you about the Green Network Study Area and governance policies.
You can navigate the topics of interest using the sidebar here. Some of the boards of interest include the following:
- The Regional Land Use Map can be found here, and the Land Use Categories shown on the draft map represent a range of land uses planned for the Region.
- The Growth Map to 700,000 Map shows the areas where urban growth will likely occur as the Region expands to a population of 700,000.
- The Five Per Quarter Map shows where five yard sites per quarter or three per 80 acres are permitted in areas identified below prior to the completion of the Regional Plan.
- The Green Network Study Area page describes connected areas of wetlands, swales, natural areas, the South Saskatchewan River corridor, and other areas providing stormwater storage and conveyance, and recharge of groundwater supplies. These areas will require a higher standard of care for development of certain types.
If you wish to download these materials in a PDF format, you can find them here:
P4G Regional Plan - January 2017 Engagement Boards (9.4 MB)
Regional Land Use Map with quarter sections in a PDF format:
P4G Regional Plan - Regional Land Use Map (1.5 MB)
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Using This Site
The material we have included on this website is the content from the public Open House on January 24th, 2017. On each page, you will be able to download the engagement boards used for the Open House in a PDF format with highlighted links at the top.
For navigation, either click on the forward/backward links at the top and bottom of the page, or click on the links to the right to select a specific page.
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Click on the link below under "NEXT" to advance to the Introduction!
Guide to the Materials