Fleetwood Town Centre Plan Update
Land Use and Transportation Network Updates - Stage 1 Concept
Following an extensive public consultation process, Council gave approval on July 25, 2016 to amendments to the land use and transportation concept and placemaking strategies for the Fleetwood Town Centre Plan (TCP). In the core area near Fraser Highway and 160 Street, the newly approved land use and transportation concept provides for more mixed-use development up to a maximum height of six storeys, a finer grained street network and a larger neighbourhood park. Strategies to create a distinctive destination in this area include requiring ground floor commercial activity along specific streets, identifying public spaces, setting urban design requirements and leveraging opportunities presented by light rail transit (LRT).
- July 25, 2016 Corporate Report R187 background on Stage 1 Concept, including Plan vision and placemaking strategies
- Stage 1 Land Use and Transportation Concept Concept map
- Comparison of 2000 Fleetwood TCP and Stage 1 Concept amendments near Fraser Hwy and 160 St
Next Steps - Stage 2 Process
As part of Stage 2 of the planning process, staff will develop guidelines for plan implementation and placemaking; cross-sections for the transportation network, including to accommodate light rail transit (LRT); engineering servicing plans for water, sanitary sewer and stormwater management; and strategies for financing engineering infrastructure and community amenities. Completion of these components and their documentation for Council consideration is anticipated in the fall of 2016.
- Fleetwood Town Centre Land Use Plan and Urban Design Concept approved in 2000 and in the process of being updated
- February 24, 2014 Corporate Report R035 information about the Town Centre Planning Program
- Initial Open House Display Boards held on May 14, 2014
- Final Open House Display Boards held on April 12, 2016
- Fleetwood Land Use Plans other existing secondary land use plans
Helen Chan, Planner
Community Planning Division