The city has released it’s plan for the area bounded on the north by 17th Avenue, east by 69th Street and west and south by the soon to be constructed Stoney Trail.
In 2013, City Council requested an update to existing local area plans that have significant remaining development or redevelopment capacity, in order to align with the Municipal Development Plan (MDP).
Currently, The City is working on developing a new Area Structure Plan (ASP) for the Springbank Hill area, identified in the East Springbank ASP. The intent of the project is to bring forward a new ASP, to be known as the Springbank Hill ASP. The new plan will retain existing policy direction for developed portions of the area and will provide new development guidance, only within the study area.
The map below outlines the “Plan Area Boundary” in red, which contains portions of developed lands. The new ASP policies will only apply to the “Springbank Hill ASP Study Area”, outlined in yellow. The policies outlined in the study area will focus on long term development guidance for approximately 189 acres of land, where remaining development or re-development opportunities exist.
On January 31, 2017 The City released a draft version of the Springbank Hill ASP. Citizens can review the policy and send comments, questions or feedback directly to Fazeel.Elahi@calgary.ca or attend a public Open House on February 6 or 7 at Westside King’s Church any time between 5 and 8 p.m.
The Springbank Hill ASP can be found by clicking here.