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City of Edmonton Event: Evolving Infill, December 7, 2013

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Do you have a story to share on infill development? Come by the Royal Glenora Club this Saturday and provide your thoughts to the City of Edmonton!

Evolving Infill is a project being done by the City of Edmonton, in collaboration with citizens and stakeholders, to advance residential infill. It is both a conversation and project designed to embrace and harness change. This is a new approach that will build a shared understanding about infill in Edmonton and identify what we can do to collectively make choices that support the evolution of established neighbourhoods through infill development. Over the next 30 years, the City of Edmonton expects over 500,000 new residents to call Edmonton home. Supporting new housing in established neighbourhoods is a key element of finding homes for a growing population.

The outcome of Evolving Infill will be an Action Plan that will serve as a roadmap for the City’s work to advance infill. Actions identified in the Plan will support and build on public conversation and Edmonton’s long term vision. Actions that could be identified through this project include changes to regulations, policies, processes and other activities related to infill.


Where: Royal Glenora Club 11160 River Valley Road
When: December 7, 2013. 9–11:30am
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