Vancouver wants your views

September 22, 2009 at 2:14 pm Leave a comment

VIEWS ON VIEWS: Perspectives on view corridors in Vancouver

October 5, 7 pm

Venue: SFU Segal Business School, 500 Granville Street (at corner of Granville and Pender), Vancouver.

Last October, City Council decided to review heights and protected views in the Downtown. As part of the public process, the SFU City Program is hosting an exchange of views by two (possibly three) advocates who, with their different perspectives, will help the public understand the trade-offs and issues.

View Corridors

City Planning Director Brent Toderian will set the stage with a briefing about the history of view protection and the issues Council wishes addressed. Past City Planning Co-Director Larry Beasley and architect Richard Henriquez will argue their positions with passion and insight.

 More on the study here.

Admission is free; reservations are required.  To reserve, go here.

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