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Official Community Plan - District of North Vancouver

Official Community Plan - District of North Vancouver

Official Community Plan - District of North

Our Official Community Plan for a Sustainable Future Inspired by nature, enriched by people

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  • Page 6 and 7: Maps and Figures INTRODUCTION • F
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  • Page 16 and 17: Vision, Principles and Goals Unders
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  • Page 27 and 28: 2 Urban Structure 2030 TARGET » ho
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    The Road Network and Goods Movement

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    PART 2 | Community Development 6 So

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    Citizen Engagement 6.1 The District

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    Community Services, Programs, and F

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    Heritage and Archaeological Resourc

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    Housing Diversity 7.1 The network o

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    Housing Affordability 7.3 Lack of a

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    8 Economic Development 2030 TARGET

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    Providing Competitive Local Governm

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    Biodiversity 9.1 The diverse forms

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    Aquatic Ecosystems 9.3 Urban land u

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    Community Stewardship 9.6 The healt

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    Energy-Efficient Buildings 10.1 Bui

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    Climate Change Adaptation 10.4 Effe

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    Infrastructure Planning and the Net

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    PART 3 | Plan Management 12 Plan Im

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    Plan Amendment and Review 12.1 This

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    OCP Policies 2010 Baseline 2030 Tar

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    For the Official Community Plan to

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    LAPs played an important role in se

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    Financial Statement 12.4 Achieving

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    Residential Level 6: Medium Density

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    SCHEDULE A| Town & Village Centre P

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    Objectives for Town and Village Cen

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    LYNN VALLEY TOWN CENTRE 1 INTRODUCT

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    Map 6. Lynn Valley Town Centre Land

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    3.1.3 Commercial and Employment Use

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    3.2 Mobility Network Map 7 provides

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    Map 7. Lynn Valley Town Centre Mobi

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    2 VISION Lower Lynn will be a trans

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    Map 8. Lower Lynn Land Use Map Map

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    Sketch of Lower Lynn Town Centre lo

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    Map 9. Lower Lynn Town Centre Mobil

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    MAPLEWOOD VILLAGE CENTRE 1 INTRODUC

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    Map 10. Maplewood Village Centre La

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    3.1.3 Community Facilities, Service

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    Map 11. Maplewood Village Centre Ne

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    2 VISION The Lower Capilano - Marin

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    3.1.2 Housing 1. Provide for a rang

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    3.1.5 Parks, Trails & Open Spaces 1

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    Map 13. Lower Capilano - Marine Vil

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    SCHEDULE B| Development Permit Area

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    SCHEDULE C| Regional Context Statem

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    AUTHORITY AND PURPOSE OF SCHEDULE C

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    Compact Growth Management »» Liva

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    Regional Goal 1: Create a Compact U

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    RGS Roles for Municipalities Strate

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    RGS Roles for Municipalities Strate

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    Regional Goal 2: Support a Sustaina

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    RGS Roles for Municipalities Strate

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    Regional Goal 3: Protect the Region

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    RGS Roles for Municipalities Strate

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    RGS Roles for Municipalities Strate

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    Regional Goal 5: Support Sustainabl

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