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Rosemary Heights Central NCP Review

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News and Updates

Suburban Pocket Land Owner Survey (Closed)

This survey is now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated. This survey captured land use and street connectivity preferences from property owners within the Suburban Pocket area.

August 30, 2017 Stakeholder Meeting - Suburban Pocket

On August 30, 2017 City Staff hosted a neighbourhood information meeting for owners of land within the Suburban Pocket.  Staff presented various residential land use density options for stakeholder consideration.  Here is a copy of the presentation and accompanying notes:


On July 12, 2017 Surrey City Council:

  1. Authorized staff to initiate a land use and community infrastructure review of the area designated as “Suburban” in the Rosemary Heights Central Neighbourhood Concept Plan (NCP)
  2. Authorized staff to undertake a transportation review to evaluate the traffic impacts and road network implications associated with all proposed land use amendments in the Rosemary Heights Central NCP
  3. Placed development applications proposing major plan amendments in the Rosemary Heights Neighbourhood Concept Plan (NCP) area on hold until a comprehensive review is completed

Council’s authorization follows several requests for rezoning and subdivision of lots within the NCP from Suburban to Urban residential densities, as well as a proposal for significant residential development on land currently designated for Institutional use.

Process and Timeline

The NCP review will generally adhere to the following timeline and tasks, culminating with a report to Council for consideration of future land use and development actions based on outcomes of the various studies and consultations:




June-August, 2017

Conduct neighbourhood traffic review

  • Complete.
  • Baseline traffic study results were presented at August 30, 2017 Suburban Pocket Open House.

July - August

Consult with Suburban Pocket land owners

  • Hosted Open House for Suburban Pocket land owners on August 30th.
  • Survey for Suburban Pocket land owners is open from September 11 to 27, 2017.

July - August

Consult School District 36 and Parks, Recreation & Culture Department

In progress


Report to Council


Reference Documents

Contact information

Steve MacIntyre, Planner
Community Planning Division
Phone: 604-592-2640