Central Neighbourhood Plan

Silverdale Central Neighbourhood Plan Draft 1.1

Appendix

A: DRAFT: Geohazard report

C: DRAFT EIA

D: DRAFT Retail Market Analysis

E: DRAFT Community Facilities Inventory Part 2

F1: DRAFT Transportation Impact Assessment

F2: DRAFT Transportation Impact Assessment Update

G: DRAFT Master Servicing Plan

H: DRAFT Water balancing Report

I: DRAFT: Integrated Rainwater Management Plan

K: DRAFT: Franchise Utility Brief

M2: Phase 3 Public Consultation Summary

Taxation Analysis for Silverdale CNP

Background

The City of Mission is undertaking a large planning process for Silverdale to guide future growth and development, and to plan a sustainable and complete community that reflects Silverdale's unique sense of place.

This area, sometimes known as Southwest Mission, is defined in Mission’s Official Community Plan as the Silverdale Comprehensive Planning Area (SCPA).

Because of SCPA’s large size, planning will be completed within three separate neighborhoods: Central Neighbourhood, West Neighbourhood, and East Neighbourhood.

Work on the Central Neighbourhood Plan, which covers 733 hectares (1811.28 acres), is currently underway.

The following pillars will be used to guide the Central Neighbourhood Plan:

  • Ecological: Working with nature
  • Social: Living lightly
  • Economic: Support local lifestyles

Read more about each of the pillars in the Planning Principles document.

Planning Area

The following map outlines the Central Neighbourhood Plan area:

A map showing the Central Neighbourhood Planning Area

Supporting Strategies, Plans & Principles

Learn about the strategies, plans, and principles supporting Central Neighbourhood planning:

Master Infrastructure Strategy – A technically based, long-term strategy to support servicing of the Silverdale Comprehensive Planning Area. This strategy was completed in early 2020 and was important for laying the groundwork for planning the Silverdale Comprehensive Planning Area.

Official Community Plan A bylaw representing Mission’s vision for the future and framework to support growth and decisions about land use development, resources, and the environment.

LAN 64(c) Silverdale Comprehensive Planning Area Neighbourhood Planning Terms of Reference A Council policy to guide neighbourhood planning within the Silverdale Comprehensive Planning Area.

Central Neighbourhood Plan Guiding Principles – Planning for the Central Neighbourhood Plan will be focused on three pillars, ecological, social, and economic, and lay the framework for what the Central Neighbourhood Plan will look and feel like.

Phase 3 Project Update

On December 20th, 2021, City Council provided approval for the Silverdale CNP draft Preferred Neighbourhood Plan to advance to public consultation to gain feedback from the community.

Public open houses took place at the beginning of February as an opportunity for the project team to present the Draft Preferred Neighbourhood Plan. The draft included the Land Use Plans and Analysis, Servicing Concepts, and Conceptual Development Phasing.

The Open House spanned two days and was structured to provide a dedicated landowner webinar as well as a public webinar followed by an in-person presentation at the Clarke Theatre. The Open House was facilitated by EKISTICS, the Lead Planning Consultant, with participation by the City’s Project Team.

See the questions that were submitted by community members on Engage Mission during Phase 3 engagement in the tabs below, and read the answers provided by the project team.

Watch the Virtual Open House

Phase 3 open house materials are available in the "Key Reports & Documents" area of this project page, and a video recording of the public webinar is available below.

Next Steps

On Mar. 21, Council endorsed the Phase 3 Central Neighbourhood Preferred Plan and authorized the project team to initiate Phase 4, which is to prepare the neighbourhood plan document. Thank you to everyone who participated throughout this planning process. The Phase 3 engagement summary is available in the Key Reports and Document library now, and more deliverables will be posted there as they are finalized.

Silverdale Central Neighbourhood Plan Draft 1.1

Appendix

A: DRAFT: Geohazard report

C: DRAFT EIA

D: DRAFT Retail Market Analysis

E: DRAFT Community Facilities Inventory Part 2

F1: DRAFT Transportation Impact Assessment

F2: DRAFT Transportation Impact Assessment Update

G: DRAFT Master Servicing Plan

H: DRAFT Water balancing Report

I: DRAFT: Integrated Rainwater Management Plan

K: DRAFT: Franchise Utility Brief

M2: Phase 3 Public Consultation Summary

Taxation Analysis for Silverdale CNP

Background

The City of Mission is undertaking a large planning process for Silverdale to guide future growth and development, and to plan a sustainable and complete community that reflects Silverdale's unique sense of place.

This area, sometimes known as Southwest Mission, is defined in Mission’s Official Community Plan as the Silverdale Comprehensive Planning Area (SCPA).

Because of SCPA’s large size, planning will be completed within three separate neighborhoods: Central Neighbourhood, West Neighbourhood, and East Neighbourhood.

Work on the Central Neighbourhood Plan, which covers 733 hectares (1811.28 acres), is currently underway.

The following pillars will be used to guide the Central Neighbourhood Plan:

  • Ecological: Working with nature
  • Social: Living lightly
  • Economic: Support local lifestyles

Read more about each of the pillars in the Planning Principles document.

Planning Area

The following map outlines the Central Neighbourhood Plan area:

A map showing the Central Neighbourhood Planning Area

Supporting Strategies, Plans & Principles

Learn about the strategies, plans, and principles supporting Central Neighbourhood planning:

Master Infrastructure Strategy – A technically based, long-term strategy to support servicing of the Silverdale Comprehensive Planning Area. This strategy was completed in early 2020 and was important for laying the groundwork for planning the Silverdale Comprehensive Planning Area.

Official Community Plan A bylaw representing Mission’s vision for the future and framework to support growth and decisions about land use development, resources, and the environment.

LAN 64(c) Silverdale Comprehensive Planning Area Neighbourhood Planning Terms of Reference A Council policy to guide neighbourhood planning within the Silverdale Comprehensive Planning Area.

Central Neighbourhood Plan Guiding Principles – Planning for the Central Neighbourhood Plan will be focused on three pillars, ecological, social, and economic, and lay the framework for what the Central Neighbourhood Plan will look and feel like.

Phase 3 Project Update

On December 20th, 2021, City Council provided approval for the Silverdale CNP draft Preferred Neighbourhood Plan to advance to public consultation to gain feedback from the community.

Public open houses took place at the beginning of February as an opportunity for the project team to present the Draft Preferred Neighbourhood Plan. The draft included the Land Use Plans and Analysis, Servicing Concepts, and Conceptual Development Phasing.

The Open House spanned two days and was structured to provide a dedicated landowner webinar as well as a public webinar followed by an in-person presentation at the Clarke Theatre. The Open House was facilitated by EKISTICS, the Lead Planning Consultant, with participation by the City’s Project Team.

See the questions that were submitted by community members on Engage Mission during Phase 3 engagement in the tabs below, and read the answers provided by the project team.

Watch the Virtual Open House

Phase 3 open house materials are available in the "Key Reports & Documents" area of this project page, and a video recording of the public webinar is available below.

Next Steps

On Mar. 21, Council endorsed the Phase 3 Central Neighbourhood Preferred Plan and authorized the project team to initiate Phase 4, which is to prepare the neighbourhood plan document. Thank you to everyone who participated throughout this planning process. The Phase 3 engagement summary is available in the Key Reports and Document library now, and more deliverables will be posted there as they are finalized.

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