Above: Some of CityHallWatch’s analysis of proposed towers on Broadway, including 1477 West Broadway.
The Urban Design Panel is set to receive an update on the Broadway Plan, and to review two rezoning applications at the meeting scheduled on Wednesday, December 8, 2021.
Broadway Plan starts at 3 pm. The UDP will receive a report on “the refined plan directions for land use, public realm and built form,” and the UDP is asked to provide “feedback and advice to contribute towards staff’s development of more detailed built form guidelines in the next phase of the planning process.”
The rezoning application for the tower proposed for 1477 W Broadway will be reviewed starting at 5:30 pm (massing model renderings included in the above slideshow). A rezoning proposal for 8029-8225 Oak St and 1012 W 64th Ave will also be reviewed, starting at 6:40 pm.
The UDP will not be livestreaming this meeting; however, they have in the past done livestreams (for example, of the November 10th meeting). Members of the public are allowed to attend and observe (provided that social distancing and provincial health guidelines are observed), but are not allowed to ask questions or comment on the agenda items.
For our previous coverage on the first two items, search “Broadway Plan” and “1477” in the search field on our top page.
For reference, we’ve reproduced the meeting agenda from the City’s webpage:
Next meeting: Wednesday, December 8, 3pm
Location: Joe Wai Meeting Room (Room #110) on the main floor of Town Hall, Main Floor – City Hall, 453 W 12 Ave
Items to be heard:
- Broadway Plan updates
Contact: John Grottenberg, Lead Planner – Special Projects, 604-873-7447
Matt Shillito, Senior Planner – Special Projects, 604-707-5487
- 1477 W Broadway
Contact: Desiree Drewitt, Rezoning Planner, 604-871-6340
Kevin Spaans, Development Planner, 604-871-6301
- 8029-8225 Oak St and 1012 W 64th Ave
Contact: Robert White, Rezoning Planner, 604-873-7484
Ryan Dinh, Development Planner, 604-829-4293
The Urban Design Panel provides expert advice to staff and Council and is not a forum for direct public input. The procedure will remain the same for in-person meetings as had been in place for virtual meetings. The public may observe meetings in progress but may not address the panel. Members of the public who wish to comment on the application may do so at any time by contacting the planner for the relevant application as indicated above.