An important notice going out to people who have subscribed to a City newsletter.
RT (Two-Family) Zone Review in Grandview-Woodland and Mount Pleasant
As guided by the Grandview-Woodland Community Plan, the City has been working with the community to develop new zoning to provide more incentives for character home retention and to increase housing opportunities in the historic Grandview neighbourhood.
Similarly, to implement the Mount Pleasant Community Plan, an RT Zone Review was recently launched in that community with similar objectives. In recognition of the significant overlap in the context and objectives of these two planning programs, they have been combined to produce a common and consistent approach for changes to the RT Zones.
An open house is being held to share the draft RT (two-family) regulations with the Mount Pleasant community. It takes place at the following time and location:
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
5 to 8 pm
Heritage Hall (3102 Main Street)
The material will be similar to what was shared with the Grandview-Woodland community in May 2017. If you missed the recent open houses [link to presentation boards in Grandview-Woodland and are interested in this program you may wish to attend to learn more.
If you cannot attend, you can view the display boards on the Mt. Pleasant RT Zone Review webpage as of June 22. If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
IMPLEMENTING THE GRANDVIEW-WOODLAND COMMUNITY PLAN
In July 2016, the City approved a new Community Plan for Grandview-Woodland. It provides long-range guidance on a variety of issues – including housing, transportation, parks and public space, social issues, arts, culture, heritage and more.
For information on plan implementation work, upcoming events and opportunities for public involvement, please stay in touch via the following means:
Community Plan – Complete Plan Document (PDF 70mb)
Web & List-serv sign-up: vancouver.ca/gw
Facebook: Grandview-Woodland Community Plan