King George Corridor South
Review the land use plan and development strategy for King George Boulevard in South Surrey.
The King George South Corridor formally the 'King George Highway Corridor' is the name of a large plan area that spans King George Boulevard from 8 Avenue to the Nicomekl River. The process, completed in 1995, resulted in the development of a land use and development concept plan.
This plan provides direction on:
- the type and density of development,
- location of parks and trails,
- transportation network; and,
- engineering infrastructure for the corridor.
The study area is centered on King George Boulevard. It is bordered by Highway 99 to the east, the Nicomekl River to the north and 8th Avenue to the south. The corridor is approximately 7 kms long. It encompasses approximately 490 hectares (1,210 acres).
In 1995 City Council endorsed a land use concept plan for the King George Corridor. The development of this plan followed a brief review of land uses along the corridor and established a vision for the future growth of the corridor.