Hillsdale Neighbourhood Land-Use Plan


Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback on the Hillsdale Neighbourhood Land-Use Plan (Plan).

The Plan will guide future development decisions in your neighbourhood as our city continues to grow. It will provide residents, community members and property developers with information about how your neighbourhood is intended to evolve over time, while keeping what’s important to the community.

The Plan focuses on the type, location and potential design of future buildings in the Hillsdale community over the next 25 years.

Project Update


Since the release of the revised draft Plan in April, the following feedback has been received, and the following revisions were made to the draft Plan:

  • A request from several residents to reduce the maximum building height for the Lakeshore Mall site.
The Plan has been revised by eliminating the two proposed 35 metre building sites from the maps.

Note: The maximum height of 20 metres shown corresponds to the maximum height allowed by the current zoning: Mixed High-Rise Zone. Anything over 11 metres would need to be processed as a Discretionary Use and would need to be circulated to adjacent landowners for review and comment before being considered by City Council. The Wascana Master Plan would also be a consideration for Council, though it is not binding. See Section 4.6 – Pages 13-14 of the Plan.

  • A request to redesignate 3911 Hillsdale Street from Low-Density Residential to Flex Area 1 to allow for the relocation of a physiotherapy clinic from the Lakeshore Mall site to this site.

Note: This site is designed for commercial (large parking lot and commercial building); however, the current designation only supports residential. Recognizing the low-density character of the area, the proposed policy limits commercial uses to low-impact uses (gas stations, cannabis stores, convenience stores, etc. would not be allowed) and requires the implementation of a Contract Zone to support compatibility. See Section 4.3 – Page 10 of the Plan.


Read the Draft Hillsdale Neighbourhood Land Use Plan (revised since April)

The public and stakeholder review period is now closed. The next step is to submit the draft Plan to the Regina Planning Commission and City Council - tentatively scheduled for October. If you would like to attend these sessions to observe or submit comments, please visit City Council and Committee Meetings on the City’s website for the agendas and delegation instructions.

Contact Jeremy Fenton anytime for other questions: jfenton@regina.ca or 306-751-4228


Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback on the Hillsdale Neighbourhood Land-Use Plan (Plan).

The Plan will guide future development decisions in your neighbourhood as our city continues to grow. It will provide residents, community members and property developers with information about how your neighbourhood is intended to evolve over time, while keeping what’s important to the community.

The Plan focuses on the type, location and potential design of future buildings in the Hillsdale community over the next 25 years.

Project Update


Since the release of the revised draft Plan in April, the following feedback has been received, and the following revisions were made to the draft Plan:

  • A request from several residents to reduce the maximum building height for the Lakeshore Mall site.
The Plan has been revised by eliminating the two proposed 35 metre building sites from the maps.

Note: The maximum height of 20 metres shown corresponds to the maximum height allowed by the current zoning: Mixed High-Rise Zone. Anything over 11 metres would need to be processed as a Discretionary Use and would need to be circulated to adjacent landowners for review and comment before being considered by City Council. The Wascana Master Plan would also be a consideration for Council, though it is not binding. See Section 4.6 – Pages 13-14 of the Plan.

  • A request to redesignate 3911 Hillsdale Street from Low-Density Residential to Flex Area 1 to allow for the relocation of a physiotherapy clinic from the Lakeshore Mall site to this site.

Note: This site is designed for commercial (large parking lot and commercial building); however, the current designation only supports residential. Recognizing the low-density character of the area, the proposed policy limits commercial uses to low-impact uses (gas stations, cannabis stores, convenience stores, etc. would not be allowed) and requires the implementation of a Contract Zone to support compatibility. See Section 4.3 – Page 10 of the Plan.


Read the Draft Hillsdale Neighbourhood Land Use Plan (revised since April)

The public and stakeholder review period is now closed. The next step is to submit the draft Plan to the Regina Planning Commission and City Council - tentatively scheduled for October. If you would like to attend these sessions to observe or submit comments, please visit City Council and Committee Meetings on the City’s website for the agendas and delegation instructions.

Contact Jeremy Fenton anytime for other questions: jfenton@regina.ca or 306-751-4228

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