Calgary Regional Partnership presentation to Rocky View 2020

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Presentation by the Calgary Regional Partnership to members of Rocky View 2020 group.

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  • (Provide a brief history of the CRP and the development of the CMP 2007 - 2009)320 meetings, working sessions and public symposiums between 2007 and 20099 scenario building workshopsOutcome = draft CMPIn 2009, 53 public open houses and presentations were made to increase public awareness of the draft CMP30 information sessions held with CRP municipal councils between March and May 2009Final CMP presented to CRP GA in June 2009 and adopted by the majority of CRP members (Rurals did not support the plan)
  • Started with the landscape first Development footprint without the CMP and withoutBusiness as usual not the desired approach to accommodating the additional population expected for the region
  • Principles are a reflection of what the stakeholders of the region value the most, what they are unwilling to compromise onThis goes back to when the CMP was originally being developed (with rural staff and councillors and reeves at the table)Residents in the region stated what they valued mostNatural landscapes, open spaces, parksSmall-town friendly atmosphere of local communitiesWestern heritageThe economic and social advantages of being near a large metropolitan city
  • Strategies:
  • The CMP aims to accommodate long-term growth in the Region to 3 million people in a sustainable and fiscally efficient settlement pattern
  • Calgary Regional Partnership presentation to Rocky View 2020

    1. 1. CMP Principles
    2. 2. P r o t e c t i n g t h e n a t u r a l environment and watershed
    3. 3. Fostering the region’s economic vitality
    4. 4. Accommodating growth in more compact settlement patterns
    5. 5. Integrating efficient regional i n f r a s t r u c t u r e s y s t e m s
    6. 6. Supported through a regional g o v e r n a n c e a p p r o a c h
    7. 7. Moving Forward

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