The Heritage Management Strategy will build on the City’s history of heritage conservation and develop an overarching and comprehensive framework to guide the assessment and preservation of heritage resources (both built and natural).
Zoning is the main tool used by municipalities to control development and to shape the city. Zoning outlines how a property may be used and sets the general rules (e.g. size, height, location) for buildings and development on a property.
We are proposing a revised transportation network for the Oakdale neighbourhood in order to eliminate the need for the Kemsley-Jefferson crossing and to create a transportation network that is more feasible to build, with less of an impact on the neighbourhood overall.
The UPRC falls within the boundaries of the Northwest Coquitlam Area Plan (NWCAP), which was prepared in 2002. The primary use of most of this land for many decades has been for sand and gravel (sometimes called aggregate) extraction.