OUR CITY 2041: New Westminster's Official Community Plan Update
We want to hear from you! Come to an Our Future City Event
We want to know what you think about the first draft of our future land use map. Come to any one of our events to learn more about the draft map, which shows the types and locations of land uses that will be encouraged over the next 25 years. City staff will facilitate table discussions where you can provide feedback.
The events are being held on September 24th, October 1st and October 15th.
Can't come to any of the events?
You can still provide feedback by taking our two surveys.
Draft Infill Housing Design Guidelines
We have created the first draft of the Infill Housing Design Guidelines for Laneway and Carriage Houses, and for Townhouses and Rowhouses. We are gathering feedback at the OUR FUTURE CITY events and through an online survey (see above).
The First Draft of the Future Land Use Map is Here!
We have created the first draft of the land use designation map. This is the map that help determine future development and redevelopment of property within the city until 2041.
Click here to check out the Council report with all of the details.
Click here to view the map.
Click here to view the map with added comments.
Click here to see the options for the 22nd Street SkyTrain Station area.
Infill Housing? See For Yourself
During the OUR CITY process, we’ve been discussing a variety of ground-oriented housing options such as laneway houses and triplexes. Our guided tour provides examples of these housing types in New Westminster and North Vancouver. Enjoy exploring but please be respectful of homeowners’ privacy!
How does the OCP shape OUR CITY?
The OCP articulates an evolving vision for New Westminster and informs the regulatory framework that guides our growth toward that goal. It outlines policies on housing, parks and recreation, culture, heritage, energy, utility services, transportation, well-being, hazards, economy and environment.
The OCP also includes a Land Use Designation Map indicating designations that determine future development and re-development plans within the City.
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