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The proposed Three Sisters Village and Smith Creek developments bring many benefits to the community, including municipal parks, fieldhouse lands, outdoor recreation opportunities, a school site within Smith Creek, and the recently approved wildlife corridor.
These planning documents address feedback TSMV has heard from the community, including the importance of a variety of housing options, wildlife sustainability, mobility and transportation, and economic diversity.
These draft ASPs and their supporting technical studies contain a lot of information, so we’ve launched a podcast series to help the community understand key elements.
Episode 1: Understanding the Land Use Planning Framework in Alberta and Canmore
To help the community of Canmore understand the importance of an Area Structure Plan, we produced a podcast that explains this integral planning document, planning regulations in Alberta, and what’s next for TSMV. In our inagural episode, host Michelle Gurney speaks with Dr. Francisco Alaniz Uribe, Professor of Urban Design and Planning at the University of Calgary, and David Taylor, TSMV President.
Episode 2: Sustainability and the Environment: A Common future.
Dr. Kyle Knopff (PhD, PBiol, RPBio) has spent tens of thousands of hours in the Canadian Rocky Mountains observing and tracking wildlife. A biologist with a PhD in Ecology from the University of Alberta, he has been consulting on TSMV projects with Golder Associates since 2010. Golder has prepared an in-depth, draft Environmental Impact Statement for Three Sisters Village that is more than 430-pages long. It is one of the most comprehensive and researched assessments undertaken on TSMV lands.
In Episode 2, host Michelle Gurney spoke with Kyle to learn more about the environmental impacts that have been identified and how they can be mitigated. QuantumPlace Developments Principal, Chris Ollenberger, shares how insights from the EIS are incorporated into the ASP for Three Sisters Village.