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September 01, 2018

City approves development of new communities

Pepper Rodriguez

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Calgary city council has voted to allow 14 new suburban communities to be built in the coming years.


City administration had a list of 11 areas for development, with seven of them in the north end of the city.

Three additional communities — one in Glacier Ridge, one in Belvedere and one in South Shepard — were brought forward and approved. 

The 14 new communities would be located within the following provisionally-named area structure plans (ASPs):

• 4 in Glacier Ridge in the north.

• 2 in Belvedere in the east.

• 1 Haskayne in the northwest.

• 1 in East Stoney in the northeast.

• 2 in Keystone Hills in the northeast.

• 2 in Rangeview in the southeast.

• 1 in Providence in the southwest.

• 1 in South Shepard in the southeast.

There also would be a couple areas set aside for commercial and industrial development.

The new communities could add more than 18,000 single-family homes and more than 9,000 units such as condos and townhomes.

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