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A discussion on the milestones that transformed Vancouver in 2019.
The Vancouver City Planning Commission is preparing for our fifth annual “Year-in-Review” events to reflect on what happened in 2019 with regards to our city’s built form, economics, quality of life and sustainability.
We will be holding a workshop in mid-November with a group urban thinkers, professionals, advocates, and community members to discuss and debate the significant city decisions, policies and events of the previous 12 months that could be added to the online chronology of planning and development. Their input will help us finalize our list of emerging planning and development milestones for 2019.
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On February 6, 2020, the VCPC will hold it’s fifth annual year-in-review dialogue on the planning and development milestones that shaped Vancouver in 2019.
We will once again be convening a panel of prominent urban thinkers to consider the emerging milestones of 2019 identified at our workshop. Panelists will also be encouraged to step back and consider the direction the city has taken, and look forward to speculate on where the city may be heading as a result of these milestones.
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