CLC and PSPC are excited to invite you to the second public meeting,a workshop, regarding the master plan for Confederation Heights
About this event
Canada Lands Company and Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) are excited to invite you to the second public meeting, a workshop, regarding the master plan for Confederation Heights.
Space is limited, register early.
In order to accommodate your schedule, this virtual bilingual meeting will be offered twice:
- Register for the Evening Session: Tuesday, June 7, 2022 from 6:00 to 8:30 pm
- Register for the Afternoon Session: Thursday, June 9, 2022 from 2:00 to 4:30 pm
Please attend the virtual date and time that works best for you.
The purpose of the meeting is to present the Vision and Guiding Principles for the site followed by a facilitated ‘big ideas’ workshop discussion that will assist the project team in developing our design approach for the lands.
The goal of the master plan is to transform the site into a mixed-use, transit-oriented, sustainable community.
In terms of an agenda, we look forward to discussing the following topics:
- Where we are to date in the process
- Presentation of the Vison and Guiding Principles
- Facilitated workshop, an exchange of aspirational ideas for the site
- What happens next
This is the second meeting in a series of opportunities for you to provide input into the Confederation Heights Master Plan. Canada Lands and PSPC will reflect on the feedback received as the process moves forward.
At the workshop facilitators will ask you the following questions:
- Picture Confederation Heights in 30 years. What does it look like and what does it offer?
- What types of uses and amenities would you like to see and where would you like them to be?
- What type of buildings would you like to see?
- How do we improve connections to and from the site? As well as within the site?
- How important is sustainability to you and what would you like to see in the master plan?
We are looking forward to hearing your ideas!
If you unable to attend the workshop you can participate online starting June 10.