Calgary, AB,
27
October
2014
|
21:51
America/Denver

City of Calgary hosts open house for the redevelopment of Currie Barracks

(Calgary, AB) - The City of Calgary is reviewing a proposal from Canada Lands Company to change the type of development allowed on the east side of Currie Barracks. If approved by City Council, this proposal would allow for a medium-density mix of retail space, office space and residential space. The proposal includes a network of open spaces and pathways while preserving key aspects of the area’s military history.

On Tuesday, October 28th, The City is hosting an open house at the Military Museums. The public is invited to attend any time between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. There will be a series of panels explaining the proposed building heights, road networks, open space plans and other details of the application. City staff from various departments will be in attendance to discuss the details and answer questions.

This is a great opportunity for residents to speak to City staff, review the proposed changes and provide comment on the application,” says Craig Sklenar, Senior Planner with The City’s Planning Department.

For more information on the proposed redevelopment and how to provide your feedback to City Staff, please visit Calgary.ca/curriebarracks or contact 3-1-1.

Location:               Military Museums of Calgary

                4520 Crowchild Trail SW

                http://www.themilitarymuseums.ca/travel-directions

Date:                    Tuesday, October 28th

Time:                    Drop in any time between 5-8 p.m.