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​​​​​​​Town-Wide Urban Design Guidelines

​The Town of BWG and its consultant - The Planning Partnership - are developing Town-Wide Urban Design Guidelines. The process of developing these guidelines will include significant public consultation; please refer to this website for more information on the project and how you can get involved.

What are Urban Design Guidelines?

The Town Wide Urban Design Guidelines will be an illustrated document to be used by the development community, Town departments and the general public to ensure that all future development - including homes, commercial and industrial properties, landscaped spaces and more - reflects the local context and character of the town while incorporating innovative ideas and best practices.​ They will help shape future development in the urban areas of Bradford and Bond Head, and guide the ongoing evolution from a small rural Town to a medium sized urban centre​.

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Project Process - current status

Phase 1: Start-up and Background Review

The project is currently in Phase 1, which includes creating the work plan and conducting a public survey. See the section below for information on opportunities to get involved.

Phase 2: Preparation of Draft Guidelines

Phase 2 is anticipated to start in September 2020 and be completed in February 2021. During this phase, draft guidelines will be shared with the public to gather feedback, as well as presented to members of Town Council at a Committee of the Whole meeting.

Phase 3: Final Approval of ​Guidelines

The final draft is anticipated to be presented for Council approval in approximately May 2021

Public Consultation - how to participate

The T​own of BWG will be consulting with key stakeholders and the public to prepare the Town-Wide Urban Design Guidelines.

Thank you to everyone who participated in our public survey. This input will be very important in preparing the draft guidelines.

More opportunities to contribute to the process will be advertised here as well as on the Town's Facebook​ and Twitter​ pages and in the BWG Topic newspaper.

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