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Municipal Plan Charting our Course to 2032

Anita Sott Jon Pradinuk Julia Cziraky Mike Dror Mike Lee Shwaan Hutton


Community Agenda  Land Use Design Scheme

 Waterfront Redevelopment Plan  Proposed Development Phasing  Development Management Strategies


State of the Community (2012) we’re growing ! Social Economic Environment Infrastructure Governance

Our Labugwan‌ is a resilient and healthy community that celebrates our bilingual maritime culture and rich natural heritage while sailing towards a prosperous and sustainable future.


Existing Land Uses (2012) Weaknesses: • No mixed-use • Abundance of vacant land, including waterfront • Weak legislation – no Municipal Plan • Low density trends and distinct class lines

Opportunities: • • • • •

Waterfront (Small Area Plan) Connection of Green Spaces Introduction of mixed-use Downtown revitalization Creation of new neighbourhoods


Community Amenities (2032) where we play

Recreational Land Supply (Ha) 2032

2012

1110 45


Community Amenities (2032) where we play

Community Facility Land Supply (Ha) 2032

2012

62 36


Residential (2032) where we live

New Dwelling Unit Distribution

3%

22%

High Density

40%

Medium Density Low Density Conversion Projects

35%

Residential Land Supply (Ha) 2032

2012 526 334


Commercial & Mixed-Use (2032) where we can have it all

Commercial Land Supply (Ha) 2032

2012 73

29


Industrial (2032) where we work

Industrial Land Supply (Ha) 2032

2012

90 49


Land Use Design (2032) • Move towards compact, intensified urban development trends • Connection of greenways

• Intensified & diversified downtown • Emphasis on the future of waterfront


Waterfront Redevelopment Plan (2032)


Waterfront Redevelopment Plan (2032) Proposed Features


Development Phasing (2012- 2032) the way we’re growing

Natural

Rural

Urban


Development Phasing (2012- 2032) the way we’re growing

2012- 2017


Development Phasing (2012- 2032) the way we’re growing

2018 - 2024

2012- 2017


Development Phasing (2012- 2032) the way we’re growing

2018 - 2024

2025 - 2032

2012- 2017


Expanded City Limits the way we’re growing

City limits (2012): 1,696 ha City limits (2032): 2,737 ha


Joint Planning Authority (JPA) how we’re managing growth


Joint Planning Authority (JPA) how we’re managing growth


Development Management Program Heritage Conservation Authority

Environmental Conservation Agency

Housing Agency

Economic Development Corporation

Public Works & Transportation

Community Engagement Task Force


Thank you for your continued contribution to our Labugwan!


City of Labugwan: Muncipal Plan 2032 Presentation