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As 2018 draws to a close, the Vancouver City Planning Commission (VCPC) Chronology Program is embarking on our annual retrospective of planning and development milestones from the past year and we need your help.
Continue reading “Survey – What were the Transformative Planning & Development Decisions of 2018?”
The Vancouver City Planning Commission’s (VCPC) annual cycle of events to identify the milestones in planning and development of 2018 was kicked off on November 19 with a workshop at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden. The table talk was intense as over 40 urban thinkers, professionals, advocates, and community members debated policies, decisions and events that could have a transformative impact on the evolution of Vancouver.
Continue reading “Milestones 2018 Workshop Recap”
On July 18, 2018, Marnie Tamaki was confirmed as a Commissioner appointment to the Vancouver City Planning Commission for a term ending December 31, 2020. Continue reading “New Commissioner: Marnie Tamaki”
As part of our mandate to advise Mayor and Council on issues relevant to the future of the city, the Vancouver City Planning Commission(VCPC) recently submitted a memorandum to Mayor and Council regarding the recently approved Heather Lands Policy Statement. Here is the text of the memo: Continue reading “Memorandum: Heather Street Lands”
Via City of Vancouver:
In historic move, two high-profile public plazas given Indigenous names
At a special ceremony today it was announced that new, Indigenous names have been given to the Vancouver Art Gallery north plaza and to the space formerly known as the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza. Continue reading “City of Vancouver gives two high-profile public plazas Indigenous names”