Council Endorses Fleetwood Plan Update
Proposed changes to the Land Use, Transportation, and Parks and Open Space Concepts were endorsed by Council on October 16. Council also endorsed the establishment of a Rapid Transit Community Amenity Contribution (CAC) charge for the Fleetwood Plan Area, and authorization to continue with associated Stage 2 planning work.
Following the Stage 1 Plan approval, the planning process continued with more detailed Stage 2 Plan components. Updates include a variety of revisions to land use designations, adjustments to the road and cycling networks, refinements to the location of parkland, the relocation of Fire Hall 6, and the identification of potential future school sites.
Rapid Transit CAC
With significant re‐development potential to the northeast and anticipated high‐volume bus transfers from South Surrey, the City recommended enhancements to the 152 Street Station; particularly, a second station entrance on the east side of 152 Street with a pedestrian overpass. The City will recover costs associated with the 152 Street Station Enhancement through a Rapid Transit CAC that will be applied to development in the Fleetwood Plan Area.
Next Steps - Ongoing Stage 2 Planning Work
Staff continue to prioritize work associated with the Stage 2 Plan with the goal of advancing a final Plan for Council consideration next year. A summary of ongoing Stage 2 work is highlighted below. This work will be supported by ongoing community and stakeholder engagement and continued interdepartmental staff review.
Review the Stage 1 Plan Update Report
View the Stage 1 Plan Update Brochure