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Guildford Town Centre - 104 Avenue Plan

Future 104 Avenue

The City of Surrey is undertaking a planning study for the 104 Avenue Corridor and Guildford Town Centre. The project will support the City’s vision for LRT which will see the transformation of Surrey into a city of connected, complete and livable communities.

The purpose of the study is to create a plan that will:

  • Support LRT ridership by focusing growth around LRT stops along the 104 Avenue corridor
  • Facilitate the redevelopment and enhancement of the town centre
  • Leverage investment in LRT to achieve community objectives
  • Result in a land use and road network plan to guide redevelopment of this key urban centre and future LRT corridor.

Study Area

The study area is centred on 104 Avenue and runs from the edge of City Centre (140 Street) to the Trans Canada Highway. The study area covers fairly distinct single family, multi-family and commercial areas. One terminus of the future Surrey-Newton-Guildford (SNG) LRT line will be near the intersection of 104 Avenue and 152 Street (at the existing Guildford Bus Exchange).

Get Involved

Help Us Shape the Future of the 104 Avenue Corridor & Guildford Town Centre

We invite you to be involved in planning the future of the corridor and town centre. Stakeholders, including the public, are being asked to help us develop a vision for the study area, review plan alternatives and refine/recommend a preferred plan.

The initial survey to gather input on developing a vision for the community is now closed. Thank you for your participation. Check back for upcoming events and future surveys.

For questions or comments please contact us at 104GuildfordPlan@surrey.ca

Technical Planning Process

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  • Step 1: Process Launch and Background Studies (in progress) expand
  • Step 1: Process Launch and Background Studies (in progress)

    Spring - Fall 2017

    • Conduct and compile background research
    • Draft the vision, principles and objectives for the study area
    • Develop a policy statement that includes:
      • Vision, principles and objectives
      • Development, land use, environment and transportation frameworks
  • Step 2: Plan Alternatives Generation (upcoming) expand
  • Step 2: Plan Alternatives Generation (upcoming)

    Fall - Winter 2017

    • Identify opportunities for environmental protection and ecosystem enhancement
    • Develop land use and road network alternatives
    • Assess the community's needs with respect to amenities and facilities
    • Develop urban design guidelines
  • Step 3: Drafting the Final Concept Plan (upcoming) expand
  • Step 3: Drafting the Final Concept Plan (upcoming)

    Winter - Spring 2018

    • Develop a preferred land use and transportation concept
    • Refine development, transportation and urban design policies

Progress Updates

August 22, 2017 - Throughout the summer staff and consultants have been conducting research and preparing background studies including the following:

  • Market feasibility assessment
  • Environmental study
  • Housing profile
  • Area profile
  • Road network assessment

Documents

Corporate Reports

June 22, 2016 - City Council authorized staff to initiate a planning process for Guildford Town Centre and the 104 Avenue corridor.

October 20, 2016 - City Council endorsed the terms of reference for the 104 Avenue and Guildford Town Centre Land Use Plan.

Background

On October 24, 2016 staff brought forward terms of reference for two separate but related LRT corridor planning studies:

  • A vision plan for the integration of LRT into the urban environments along the proposed LRT corridors, and
  • A land use plan for the 104 Avenue corridor and Guildford Town Centre.

The first study was subsequently absorbed into the LRT project and is being undertaken jointly by Surrey and TransLink.

Related Content

Land Use Plans

Land use plans provide concepts and considerations for the design and development of growing area.

Surrey Official Community Plan

Learn about this document that guides decisions and strategies in the City of Surrey.