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The City Planning Dept. is kicking off the establishment of a Neighbourhood Plan for Grandview-Woodland with a couple of events coming up on Jan. 23rd and Jan.31st. This would be a good time to think about whether you have a vision of how you'd like this neighbourhood to develop (or not to develop) and attend one or more of these meetings to express your views. You could even become part of a working group helping to form the neighbourhood plan - imagine the power!
First event time: 7pm--9pm Mon 23 January.
First event place: Learning Resources Centre (under the Library),
Britannia Community Centre, 1661 Napier Street.
Andrew Pask, lead City planner for the upcoming Grandview-Woodland
Community Plan, is providing another meeting to hold discussion and gather
some preliminary input on four themes: (1) issue and asset
identification, (2) sub-area geographies, (3) advisory and working group
options, and (4) specialized outreach and engagement considerations.
The discussion will make use of questions from page 1 of the
"Grandview-Woodland Terms of Reference Workbook" (which is in
development), available as a download . The workbook is based on the
Community Plans "General Terms of Reference" document, also available as a
Second event time: 4pm--6:30pm Tue 31 January.
Second event place: Family Activity Room, Britannia Community Centre,
1661 Napier Street.
The City will be hosting an Open House pertaining to the Terms of
Reference for the upcoming Grandview-Woodland Community Plan. The Open
1. Report out on the material gathered during the preliminary focus
groups (including the 9 and 23 January meetings at Britannia Centre);
2. Show how this material has been integrated into the
"Grandview-Woodland Terms of Reference Workbook."
The event is intended to be an informal one. People are invited to view
materials, and review input and material produced to date. City Staff
will be on hand to answer questions.
For further information, please contact Andrew Pask, City of Vancouver,