East Telford Lake Area Structure Plan
What is an Area Structure Plan?
Area structure plans (ASP) provide a general planning framework for subdivision and development in the land areas addressed by the plans without getting into detailed subdivision layouts. The area structure plans provide principles and objectives to guide future development in areas of the municipality by identifying general locations for major land uses (residential, commercial, industrial, schools, parks), major roadways, utility servicing, trail systems and potential population density.
Past Open Houses
Residents, organizations and agencies of the Leduc region have been invited to attend various open house events in 2017 and 2018. The City of Leduc has retained the services of Stantec and MXD Development Strategists to lead the engagement strategy as well as for the development of both the land-use concept and the servicing plan.
Oct. 24, 2018
The city presented the draft plan for the East Telford Lake Area Structure Plan (ETLASP). Information boards and copies of the draft plan were available for participants to review. Feedback collected will be used to finalize the draft plan. Below is the What We Heard Report summarizing feedback recieved at and following the Oct. 24 open house:
Nov. 23, 2017
The first draft of the land use concept for the ASP was presented to attendees. The feedback collected during and after the event were used to refine the vision for this area and develop the policy framework that will enable responsible growth.
June 28, 2017
Initial open house to gather feedback to develop a vision for this area that will enable responsible growth. Below is the summary of comments provided to City and Stantec staff in person by attendees to the open house, as well as emailed comments provided during the week following the June 28 open house:
For more information, please contact:
Manager, Current Planning & Development