The Cambie Corridor Planning Program guides long-term growth in areas along Cambie Street and its surrounding neighbourhoods.
The Chinatown revitalization plan will preserve Chinatown's unique heritage while bringing new life to the community.
The Eastern Core Strategy will transform the Eastern Core - False Creek Flats - into a sustainable green enterprise zone by reconnecting the area to surrounding communities.
We’re creating a plan with the Vancouver Economic Commission to help the Flats flourish as a more productive, sustainable, and connected area of our city.
The Great Northern Way structure planning project aims to transform the area into a thriving cultural and artistic district.
Hastings Park / PNE Master Plan: The Fair in the Park — a 30-year initiative to transform the Hastings Park of today into a greener, year-round destination for park use, culture, sport, recreation, and fun.
The City is guiding the future development of the Heather Streets Lands, at the request of then Heather Street Lands owners, Canada Lands Company, and the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations Partnership.
The City will work closely with the Canada Lands Company and First Nations partners on new, important land-use possibilities for the east side of the 36-hectare Jericho Lands site in West Point Grey.
The City is reviewing plans for the area around Joyce-Collingwood Station. TransLink is upgrading the station and bus exchange, so the review will help prepare for potential impacts to the road network, access, and development.
The City - at the request of Peterson and Concert Properties - is undertaking a comprehensive planning study to consider the future of Langara Gardens.
The Little Mountain plan guides redevelopment of this social housing site, considering its mix of uses, height, density, public spaces, parks, and community facilities.
Learn more about the new St. Paul's Campus, to be located at Station Street. We are working with Providence Health Care to ensure a sustainable project, meeting requirements of associated neighbourhood plans.
Northeast False Creek is the last big piece of undeveloped waterfront land in downtown Vancouver. By removing the viaducts, we can create a new, more connected neighbourhood.
The City is reviewing a proposal for a mixed use development at Oakridge Centre that will include buildings up to 45 storeys with commercial, office, residential and public amenity space.
The OTC and adjacent sites policy statement supports the redevelopment of the area as a primarily residential community.
The Olympic Village project turned residences built for 2010 Winter Olympic Games athletes into residential housing units.
The Marpole site at Cambie and 57th will be redeveloped into a mixed-use community if City Council approves the rezoning. Learn about the rezoning application and related planning policy statement.
This project will make it safer and easier for people to navigate the area along Powell St just west of Clark Dr. It will also expand and improve the rail network that supports cargo movement to and from Vancouver's port.
The City is turning Southeast False Creek into a model sustainable development where up to 13,000 people will live, work, play, and learn.
Still Creek is one of the two remaining visible streams in Vancouver, and the City is working to rehabilitate its natural creekside habitat, and provide recreational opportunities.