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Grandview Heights NCP Area #3

Grandview NCP #3

Get Involved

Your input is important to making sure we’re on the right track and to help develop the plan. Inital community consultation has been completed, including two open houses and a survey. We are now working towards a draft land use plan which we will bring to an open house in Spring 2018.  A online survey will also be offerd at that time. A Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) has also been established to provide input through the development of the Plan.

For questions or comments please contact us at GHNCP3@surrey.ca Get involved and help us shape this new neighbourhood!

Plan Area

The Grandview Heights NCP Area #3 is bounded by 16 Avenue and 20 Avenue, and 168 Street and 176 Street. It touches the Agricultural Land Reserve to the south of 16 Avenue and Redwood Park to the east of 176 Street. The NCP area covers 128 Hectares (approximately 316 acres) of land and consists of approximately 75 privately held properties except the City-owned Darts Hill Garden Park properties.

What is the NCP Process?

The NCP process will take place in two stages, including:

NCP STAGE

MAJOR STEPS

STATUS

STAGE 1

  1. Initiate NCP Planning Process
  • (Public Open House #1 / Survey)

Complete

 

  1. Undertake Stage 1 Background Work & Studies
    (Heritage, Environmental, Stormwater Management)

Partially Completed

  1. Develop draft Vision & Planning  Principles

Complete

  1. Develop Draft Land Use Concept Plan Option(s)
  • (Public Open House #2 / Public Survey)

Complete

  1. Develop a Preferred Land Use Concept Option
  • (Public Open House #3 / Public Survey)

Underway

  1. Council Consideration of Stage 1 Land Use Concept Plan

Summer 2018

STAGE 2

  1. Initiate and Undertake Stage 2 Engineering Servicing, Transportation, Financing, and Design Studies.

Late 2018

  1. Complete Final Engineering, Design, Financing and Phasing Plans.
  • (Public Open House #4 / Public Survey)

2019

  1. Finalize and Prepare Stage 2 NCP Document and related Amendment Bylaws.

2019

  1. Council Consideration and Approval of Stage 2 Plan

2019

The details of the planning process are generally outlined in the Terms of Reference and may be subject to change.

What’s Been Done So Far?

Since the initiation of the plan in 2016, we’ve:

  • Held a kick-off Public Open House
  • Established and worked with the Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC)
  • Gathered background information and initiated/completed several background studies
  • Held a Hazelmere Estates land owners meeting
  • Developed draft planning priorities/principles
  • Developed two draft land use concepts for discussion and feedback
  • Held a second Public Open house and survey to receive feedback on two draft land use concept(s)

Plan Progress & Updates

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  • November 2017 - Public Open House expand
  • November 2017 - Public Open House

    On November 27, 2017 the City held a Public Open House to gather feedback on land uses and planning priorities in the Grandview Heights #3 area.   Attendees were invited to review display boards and take our online survey.  The presentation, display boards and the latest survey to gather input on developing a vision, planning priorities and Stage 1 land use concept for the area, as presented at a November 27th, 2017 is provided below.

    *The Community Survey is now closed.  Survey results will be summarized and reported back to the Citizen Advisory Committee in Early 2018, and will also be made available to the public on the city website at that time.

  • September 2017 – Hazelmere Estates Land Owner Meeting expand
  • September 2017 – Hazelmere Estates Land Owner Meeting

    On September 12, 2017 a Property Owners Meeting was held with land owners in the Hazelmere Estates are of the Grandview Heights #3 area.  Below is a copy of the display boards and presentation from the meeting.

    Hazelmere Estates - Land Owner Survey Form (This Survey is Now Closed)
  • May 2017 – Heritage and ISMP/Environmental Study Initiated expand
  • May 2017 – Heritage and ISMP/Environmental Study Initiated

    Associated Engineering was retained by the City to conduct the Sam Hill Creek Integrated Storm water Management Study (ISMP), as well as the related Environmental Study.

    Denise Cook Design was been retained by the City to Conduct the Heritage Study for Grandview Heights NCP #3.

  • March 2017 – Inaugural meeting of Citizen Advisory Committee expand
  • March 2017 – Inaugural meeting of Citizen Advisory Committee

    A Citizen’s Advisory Committee (CAC) has been established as part of the overall consultation process for Grandview Heights #3 NCP.  The CAC guidelines, roles and responsibilities, and members list is provided below.

    The Grandview Heights #3 CAC webpage is updated throughout the planning process and contains CAC mandate and the latest meeting agendas, meeting minutes, presentations and materials.

  • November 2016 – Plan initiation Public Open House #1 expand
  • November 2016 – Plan initiation Public Open House #1

    On November 23, 2016, the City held a Public Open House/Information meeting to begin the process of preparing a Neighbourhood Concept Plan (NCP) for the Grandview Heights NCP area #3.  Below is a copy of the display boards and presentation from the Open House.

  • July 2016 – City initiates NCP process expand
  • July 2016 – City initiates NCP process

    On July 25, 2016, Council received Corporate Report No. R186 and authorized City staff to begin the process of preparing a Stage 1 Neighbourhood Concept Plan (NCP) for Grandview Heights Neighbourhood Area #3.

  • January 2016 – City receives NCP petition expand
  • January 2016 – City receives NCP petition

    On January 6, 2016 the City received a petition from land owners in Grandview Heights #3 Area submitted by Aplin and Martin Consultants Ltd. on behalf of Logos Investments Inc. seeking the preparation of an NCP for the area.

  • October 2015 – Landowner Open House expand
  • October 2015 – Landowner Open House

    On October 22, 2015 an open house was hosted by a major landowner in the Grandview Heights NCP #3 area (Logos Investments Inc.) in order to gauge the level of interest among landowners for an NCP process to begin

Links & Background information

Contact Information

Markus Kischnick, MCIP, RPP, Community Planner
Planning & Development Department
Phone: 604-591-4485
mkischnick@surrey.ca