ABOUT THE PROJECT
Cochrane has a heritage guideline document to reinforce and promote architectural aesthetics that reflect Cochrane’s unique western heritage character and sense of place. Cochrane’s current Western Heritage Design Guidelines was adopted in 2000. 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.
It is important that Cochrane’s Western Heritage Design Guidelines meet the development needs of our residents while reflecting Cochrane’s unique character.
The project team has completed a draft of the new Western Heritage Design Framework and the document has been incorporated into the New Land Use Bylaw Project. The new document will be presented to Council for review as part of the new bylaw. If you have any questions about the new document or the next steps please contact the project team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to participate in the engagement process.
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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.