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Willoughby (Langley, BC) Commercial Development

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Presentation to Langley Township Council on future commercial development in Willoughby by Township staff on May 25, 2009.

Presentation to Langley Township Council on future commercial development in Willoughby by Township staff on May 25, 2009.

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  • 1. Willowbrook-Willoughby Commercial Study Presentation to Council May 25, 2009
  • 2.
    • Purpose
    • Background
    • Key Findings
    • Recommendations
    Presentation Outline
  • 3.
    • To highlight the findings and recommendations of a study on current and future commercial needs in the Willowbrook/Willoughby area
    Purpose of the Presentation
  • 4.
    • OCP, CPs, NPs
    • External Changes
      • White Rock and South Surrey
      • Cloverdale and East Clayton
      • GEB and connection to Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows
    • Internal Changes
      • Sustainability Charter - Economic Objectives:
        • to focus on compact urban form and mixed use neighbourhoods
        • to manage growth consistent with overall community needs
        • to make communities pedestrian and bicycle oriented
      • OCP Amendment – High Density Residential
      • Willoughby Neighbourhood Plans
    Background
  • 5.
    • Study Timeframe: 2008 – 2031
    • Study Area – three levels
      • Subregional: Langley, Surrey, White Rock, Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows
      • Corridor: Willowbrook-Willoughby
      • Local: Willoughby
    • Study Focus
      • Retail and Service Commercial
      • Office
    Background
  • 6.
    • Major Retail and Service Commercial
      • 1.2 - 1.6 million square feet of additional space
    • Local Oriented Retail and Service Commercial
      • 840,000 square feet of additional retail and service space
    • Regional Oriented Office
      • 1.4 - 1.6 million square feet of additional office space
    • Local Oriented Office
      • 300,000 square feet of additional local office space
    Key Findings
  • 7.
    • Plan for two major (sub-regional oriented) retail and service locations
        • Willowbrook – Regional Town Centre
        • Carvolth
    Recommendations
  • 8.
    • Plan a network of local oriented commercial areas in Willoughby
        • 3 primary nodes
            • Willoughby Town Centre - 80 Avenue and 208 Street
            • Gordon/Smith - 72 Avenue and 208 Street
            • Jericho – 80 Avenue and 200 Street
        • up to ten neighbourhood convenience locations
    Recommendations
  • 9. Recommendations
  • 10.
    • Phase commercial development based on a primary trade area population of about 8,000 to 10,000 to support a supermarket anchoring a range of other businesses
        • Willoughby Town Centre Phase 1
        • Gordon/Smith
        • Willoughby Town Centre Phase 2
        • Jericho
    Recommendations
  • 11.
    • Encourage future regional oriented office demand to locate in Willowbrook to reinforce the Regional Town Centre as a primary office location in Langley
    Recommendations
  • 12.
    • Promote Carvolth and other nearby sites along 200 Street as a Regional Centre to accommodate office users that require a high quality business park location
    Recommendations
  • 13. End of Presentation