Area Concept Plans

Area Concept Plans are plans that have been endorsed by Council, but not yet adopted. The planning processes underway are looking at how we want to live, work, play, and ultimately grow, into these areasShould these plans be adopted, it will form part of the Official Community Plan (OCP).

Endorsed Concept Plans



  • Albion Flats 

    On November 12, 2019, Council endorsed a concept plan for the Albion Flats that includes flexible opportunities for residential units above ground floor commercial, and a mixed-use commercial node located close to 240 Street to provide better proximity to the existing Albion neighbourhood. To learn more about the concept plan and process, click HERE.


  • Lougheed Transit Corridor 

    On November 10, 2020, Council endorsed the Lougheed Transit Corridor Concept Plan. To learn more about the concept plan and process, click HERE
  • North East Albion 

    On Tuesday, October 1 2019, Council endorsed the North East Albion Land Use and Servicing Concept Plan. To learn more about the concept plan and process, click HERE.
  • Yennadon

    On December 8, 2020, Council endorsed the Yennadon Conept Plan and on May 11, 2021, Council granted First Reading to the bylaws. To learn more about the concept plan and process, click HERE

Other ​Ongoing Area Work



Thornhill


The Thornhill area is recognized as a new community that requires an area plan prior to urban development occurring in the area. This area plan is a long-term priority for the City and will be initiated in accordance with the Thornhill Urban Reserve policies of the Official Community Plan.

On March 30, 2021, a report provides background information on the current context in relation to the criteria set out in the Official Community Plan (OCP) Urban Reserve policies and provides an update on current growth projections. Additionally, this report introduces the potential for allowing an employment use in Thornhill in the near to medium term. At this meeting, Council directed staff to prepare a scoping report outlining necessary Planning studies, costs and timeline. To read the report. click HERE