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WELCOME. Welcome to the Ridgewood Precinct Area Public Meeting. There will be a presentation and workshop starting at 6PM. Please feel free to view the presentation information. Project representatives are available to answer questions or discuss issues or concerns with you.

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WELCOME

Welcome to the Ridgewood Precinct Area Public Meeting.

There will be a presentation and workshop starting at 6PM.

Please feel free to view the presentation information.

Project representatives are available to answer questions or discuss issues or concerns with you.


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What is a Precinct Plan?

  • By 2031, The City of Winnipeg is expected to grow by more than 180,000 people.

  • The impact of this growth means that new communities need to be complete from the outset and provide long term sustainability.

  • A Precinct Plan is a document created to achieve this – it embodies several key directions and an inclusive process that leads to thoughtful and well designed communities.

  • A Precinct plan includes policies and maps that illustrate and define how the area will grow in terms of land uses, infrastructure, recreation and neighbourhood connections.


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Ridgewood Planning Process

Landowner Meeting

Landowner Meeting

Public

Meeting

Public

Meeting

Subdivisions, Development Agreements (case by case)

Prepare Draft Plans and Policies

Finalize Plans and Policies

Municipal Approval Process

Stakeholder Group

Meetings

Stakeholder Group

Meetings

Internal Meetings

Internal Meetings

Fall 2012

May – June 2011

Oct – Nov 2011


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Ridgewood Precinct Area


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Land Ownership

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Land Ownership

  • There are numerous types of land parcels within the Precinct Area including (332 landowners):

  • Vacant Land Only- 28

  • Land and House- 123

  • House Only- 161

  • Other- 17

  • Community and Business- 3


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Ridgewood Neighbourhoods


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Surrounding Context

Recent land development projects in the area must be considered, including:

CentrePort Winnipeg

Tuxedo Commons - IKEA

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Kenaston Business Park

Kenaston-McGillivray Commercial


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Development Considerations

  • Infrastructure works that have to be undertaken by developers/landowners as part of a land development project include:

    • Roads, Boulevards and Sidewalks

    • Land Drainage Systems (inc. retention ponds and/or linear creeks)

    • Sanitary Sewer System

    • Water System

    • Street Lights

    • Hydro, Gas, Cable and Telecommunications

    • Parks, Playgrounds and Pathways

    • Entrance Treatment Enhancements and Fencing


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Development Issues

  • The following development issues should be considered:

    • Future extension of the William R. Clement Parkway

    • Need for a new east-west arterial within the Precinct Area (Ridgewood Parkway)

    • Crossing locations of the CN Rail mainline

    • Possible connections to the Perimeter Highway

    • Infiltration of traffic through existing Charleswoodneighbourhoods

    • Precinct Area and Charleswood drainage considerations

    • Fragmented Land Ownership (many owners)

    • Protection of the Harte Trail and natural areas

    • School enrolment


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Land Use Types

  • It is anticipated that these lands will be developed primarily for single family homes. Other land uses to consider include:

    • Duplexes, Townhouses or other Multi-Family Residential

    • Local Commercial

    • Parks, Recreational and Open Space

    • Institutional (e.g. schools, daycares, etc.)


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Schools

  • Elementary and Junior school enrolment is generally low compared to school capacity

  • High school enrolment is generally high compared to school capacity


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Landowner Costs

  • Developers and or Landowners are typically responsible for the following costs:

    • Preparation of a Precinct Plan

    • Rezoning and Subdivision Application

    • Engineering, Survey, Landscape Architecture, and Legal Fees

    • Internal Servicing with Roads, Sewers, etc.

    • Off-Site Levies such as Trunk Servicing Rate for Land Drainage and the Charleswood Transportation Levy

    • Servicing costs for lands such as these can range from $30,000 - $50,000 per lot (not including land costs, city levies, financing etc.)


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Landowner Options

  • In regards to the possible future development, landowners may have the following options to consider:

    • Leave property as is

    • Subdivide the property independently

    • Joint Venture with a Developer or another Landowner

    • Sell to a Developer or another Landowner


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Next Steps

  • Following today’s meeting, the Study Team will:

    • Continue to meet with Stakeholder Groups and City Departments

    • Prepare a draft concept plan and draft land use policies

    • Meetings with landowners and other stakeholders will continue in Fall

  • Thank you for attending – your input is valued.

  • Please fill out an exit survey before you go.


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