Grandview-Woodland Community Plan Implementation

Grandview-Woodland Community Plan

The Grandview-Woodland Community Plan sets out a thoughtfully-managed framework for future change and anticipated population growth of about 10,000 people over the next three decades. The plan protects the heart and soul of the neighbourhood’s character, while responding to challenges facing this community and building upon its potential. A few of the changes include about 4,350 more affordable housing, improved routes and safety for walking and cycling, more childcare spaces and several improved parks.

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With Council approval of the Grandview-Woodland Community Plan in July 2016, the next steps include revisions to zoning to help implement the Plan.

The City of Vancouver is proposing zoning changes to allow for new housing choices in the community. These include duplexes, townhouses, and some 4-storey apartments in specified locations. To see a detailed map of what housing types are being proposed where,  please visit vancouver.ca/gw.

Below are the open house dates for everyone who would like to learn more about the proposed zoning changes, ask questions, and provide any feedback.

Open House Dates

  1. Saturday, November 26 1-4pm at WISE Hall (1882 Adanac Street)
  2. Wednesday, November 30 5-8pm at Croatian Cultural Centre (3250 Commercial Drive) Room B & C

 

 

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