Grandview Heights General Land Use Plan
The General Land Use Plan for the Grandview Heights area.
The Grandview Heights General Land Use Plan (GLUP) establishes the vision for the broader Grandview Heights area. It provides an overall planning framework that will guide the servicing, development, and build-out of Grandview Heights as a comprehensively planned community. This broader level plan is used to guide the preparation of Neighbourhood Concept Plans ("NCPs") for Grandview Heights. NCPs provide more detailed level planning for each neighbourhood, and are developed using a comprehensive public engagement process.
The following NCPs have been initiated or completed within Grandview Heights study area:
- Morgan Heights (Area 1)
- Sunnyside Heights (Area 2)
- Darts Hill (Area 3) in progress
- Redwood Heights (Area 4) in progress
- Orchard Grove (Area 5a)
A land use plan for Grandview Heights Area 5 has not yet been initiated.
Grandview Heights encompasses an area of approximately 1,050 hectares (2,600 acres), extending from 16 Avenue in the south to 28 Avenue in the north and the Agricultural Land Reserve in the east.
In October 2003, Council endorsed Corporate Report R222 which authorized staff to initiate the preparation of a General Land Use Plan for the Grandview Heights area.
In June 2005, Council endorsed Corporate Report C012 which approved the Grandview Heights General Land Use Plan. The General Land Use Plan is a culmination of a one and one-half year planning and community consultation process. The resulting plan document reflects the ideas, suggestions and input received from the Grandview Heights community, with review and input from the Grandview Heights Citizen's Advisory Committee ("CAC"). It also reflects requirements and technical input by government agencies, the Surrey School District, environmental, heritage, and engineering consultants, and other stakeholders.
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