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Feb. 24, 2015 | CREBNow

Info session: Currie Barracks redevelopment

On Feb. 25, the City of Calgary is reporting back to residents on changes to the proposed Currie Barracks redevelopment following public engagement sessions held last year.

"We heard what citizens had to say about the proposal, now we want to let the public know how its feedback was used, what has changed in the application and what will be included in the recommendation to Calgary Planning Commission," said Craig Sklenar, senior planner with the City's Planning Department. The City is reviewing a proposal from Canada Lands Company - owners of the land - to change the development allowed on the west side of the barracks to include retail, office and residential spaces as well as parkland and pathways. CREBNow reported on CLC's plans last May.


The information session will be held at Clearwater Academy's Athlone Hall. It will include a series of panels highlighting the applicant's changes to proposed building heights, density, road networks, open space plans and other details. City staff will also be on hand to discuss details and answer questions.

Information session:

Clearwater Academy

Athlone Hall Auditorium, second floor

4041 Breskens Drive S.W.

Feb. 25

5 - 8 p.m.


Tagged: Calgary Community | Calgary Real Estate News | Canada Lands Company | City of Calgary | Currie Barracks | Redevelopment

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