Community Character (Lakeview and Cathedral)

The heritage and character of the Cathedral and Lakeview neighbourhoods contribute to their social and economic success. We invite property owners and community members to help create a definition for this ‘character’ and design potential regulatory tools to help protect it.

Register for Online Workshops

Workshop #1 – Cathedral Character Tuesday, November 30 at 7 p.m. Zoom meeting

Workshop #2 – Lakeview Character Thursday, December 2 at 7 p.m. Zoom meeting

‘Character’ makes an area attractive as a place to live, work and invest. It is the result of many elements: location, landscapes, views, architectural features, and heritage assets. Heritage assets include sites and buildings listed in the City’s Heritage Inventory for their important contribution to sense of place in Regina and overall community value for future generations.

The aim of this project is to develop a set of recommendations to City Council that clarifies heritage and character conservation objectives, rationale and expectations in the Cathedral and Lakeview neighbourhoods.

Sign up to stay informed and receive updates on community workshops, surveys and other opportunities to comment on interim project results.

Wallace Insights has been contracted to study regulatory options and lead this public engagement. Input received will also inform the work to update the Cathedral and Lakeview Neighbourhood Plans when that work is undertaken as part of the City’s Neighbourhood Plan Program.

The heritage and character of the Cathedral and Lakeview neighbourhoods contribute to their social and economic success. We invite property owners and community members to help create a definition for this ‘character’ and design potential regulatory tools to help protect it.

Register for Online Workshops

Workshop #1 – Cathedral Character Tuesday, November 30 at 7 p.m. Zoom meeting

Workshop #2 – Lakeview Character Thursday, December 2 at 7 p.m. Zoom meeting

‘Character’ makes an area attractive as a place to live, work and invest. It is the result of many elements: location, landscapes, views, architectural features, and heritage assets. Heritage assets include sites and buildings listed in the City’s Heritage Inventory for their important contribution to sense of place in Regina and overall community value for future generations.

The aim of this project is to develop a set of recommendations to City Council that clarifies heritage and character conservation objectives, rationale and expectations in the Cathedral and Lakeview neighbourhoods.

Sign up to stay informed and receive updates on community workshops, surveys and other opportunities to comment on interim project results.

Wallace Insights has been contracted to study regulatory options and lead this public engagement. Input received will also inform the work to update the Cathedral and Lakeview Neighbourhood Plans when that work is undertaken as part of the City’s Neighbourhood Plan Program.

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    Community character refers to the qualities that make an area an attractive place to live, work and invest. It is the result of many elements including location, landscapes, views, architectural features and heritage assets. What characteristics, locations or other features make the Cathedral and Lakeview neighbourhoods special or unique for you?

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