The new site, located at 1002 Station street, is owned by Providence Health Care. Providence has requested that we create a policy statement to guide redevelopment of this site.
The policy statement will guide:
Providence Health Care, in coordination with Vancouver Coastal Health, is undertaking a concurrent clinical planning program and would like your input.
To help inform the new St. Paul’s Policy Statement, we have engaged CommunityIMPACT Consulting to prepare a social impact assessment to identify any potential positive or negative social impacts that the proposed development may have on people living or working nearby.
What do you think could be the potential impacts of the New St. Paul’s hospital site? Share your thoughts in our online questionnaire, or join upcoming focus group sessions for local residents and businesses.
The questionnaire is available online until June 12.
Sign up for a focus group session. Contact Tanya Fink from CommunityIMPACT Consulting at 604-283-3940 or email@example.com.
We'll be announcing our next open house date soon.
|What||New development of St. Paul's hospital campus on Providence Health Care owned land|
|Where||1002 Station St.
7.4 hectares (18.4 acres)
Here is our process and anticipated milestones.
Phase 1: guiding principles
Identify aspirations and concerns that will shape the initial concepts and site options
Phase 2: development concept options
Identify and evaluate site development options and policy objectives
Phase 3: preferred development concept and draft policy
Review and refine a preferred development concept and draft set of policies
Policy Statement considered by City Council
If adopted, the Policy Statement will guide the subsequent rezoning process
Thank you to the 142 people who attended our first open house and 719 people who filled out a questionnaire providing their feedback on the guiding principles for the new St. Paul’s Hospital and Health Campus. We’ve analyzed the feedback and will use it to refine the guiding principles and help shape the development concept options for public consultation in May.
We asked what you thought about the draft guiding principles for the policy planning program at an open house on March 8 and online questionnaire from March 4 to 20. Thanks to everyone who shared their thoughts. We're currently analyzing the feedback we received and will provide a summary soon.
The draft guiding principles focused on these four areas:
View the open house information displays: