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West Cloverdale NCPs

West Cloverdale is the name of the neighbourhoods along the ALR escarpment, west of 168 Street between Highway 10 and 64 Avenue. The area is separated into two plan areas, each of which was planned through separate NCP processes.  

These two West Cloverdale land use plans, now largely built out, provide direction on the type and density of development, urban design, parks and community amenities and engineering infrastructure.

Plan Area

The West Cloverdale plan area is divided into two NCPs, north and south of 60 Avenue. Combined they encompass about 165 hectares (410 acres), extending from the ALR in the west to 168th Street in the east.

Background Information

In 1993 City Council identified the West Cloverdale neighbourhood as one of several areas that would be suitable for development consideration. A Local Area Plan for West Cloverdale was subsequently developed to serve as an overall guide for land use, servicing and development in the area. The Plan also identified the Neighbourhood Concept Planning (NCP) approach to further plan the north and south portions of the plan area.

In March 1997, Council approved the West Cloverdale South NCP, the first phase of North Cloverdale. Then, in November 1997, Council approved the West Cloverdale North NCP to complete neighbourhood planning for the area.

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