Intensification & Growth Policy Consultation

Over the last year, the City of Regina has explored and discussed several land-use policy-related topics ranging from intensification to the density requirement for new neighbourhoods from Design Regina: The Official Community Plan (OCP). The City is completing a market analysis, housing survey and stakeholder/interested parties consultation to gather feedback to feed into future related land-use policy decisions. This includes:

  • Incentivizing temporary, public usage
  • Expanding the City’s land development strategy to recruit certain development types
  • Incentives to encourage intensification
  • Restrictions and/or disincentives on where certain housing types can be built
  • The OCP density requirement for new neighbourhoods

To help inform participants a discussion paper package related to these topics has been developed as reference material. View the discussion paper package in the Related Documents.

Please fill out the survey below by January 16. Your input will feed into reports taken to Council for their consideration later this spring.

Over the last year, the City of Regina has explored and discussed several land-use policy-related topics ranging from intensification to the density requirement for new neighbourhoods from Design Regina: The Official Community Plan (OCP). The City is completing a market analysis, housing survey and stakeholder/interested parties consultation to gather feedback to feed into future related land-use policy decisions. This includes:

  • Incentivizing temporary, public usage
  • Expanding the City’s land development strategy to recruit certain development types
  • Incentives to encourage intensification
  • Restrictions and/or disincentives on where certain housing types can be built
  • The OCP density requirement for new neighbourhoods

To help inform participants a discussion paper package related to these topics has been developed as reference material. View the discussion paper package in the Related Documents.

Please fill out the survey below by January 16. Your input will feed into reports taken to Council for their consideration later this spring.
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