ABOUT THE PROJECT
Cochrane is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Alberta, with considerable growth and development over the past decade. This rapid growth presented Cochrane with new and diverse development trends with an ever-increasing level of complexity.
It is important that Cochrane’s Land Use Bylaw (LUB) meets the land use and development needs of our residents while reflecting Cochrane’s unique character.
Cochrane’s current Land Use Bylaw was adopted in 2004. Town Administration has initiated a comprehensive review and re-write to ensure it remains current and effective in regulating land uses and development within the Town.
PROVIDE YOUR INPUT
The residential districts survey is now closed.
If you have any questions about the project in general, please contact us:
Following engagement, the Project Team will consolidate all changes from the residential and non-residential sections and prepare a final draft of the bylaw, which will be available for comment by the public and stakeholders in December. The bylaw will go to Town Council for formal adoption in January 2021.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete our surveys.
Due to COVID-19, public engagement will continue virtually for this project.
The What We Heard Reports summarize the public engagement for this project to date and provides information about your feedback, including issues, concerns and suggestions. These are interim reports to stakeholders for this project.
- What we heard at the Residential Workshop
- What we heard at the Commercial Workshop
- What we heard at the Let’s Talk BBQ and Farmers Market
- What we heard in the Land Use Bylaw Survey
- What we heard in the Phase 3 Public Survey
- What we heard in the Phase 3 Workshop
- What we heard in the Phase 4 Residential Engagement