The Churchill Meadow Outline Plan is prepared in support of a staged residential development within the East Vistas Local Area Structure Plan (EV LASP) in Leduc County. A range of housing forms from single family to multi‐family development will be offered within this eighty acre plan area situated between the City of Beaumont and Nisku Business Park.
The Irvine Creek Outline Plan (Irvine Creek OP) is prepared to support staged single family residential development within the East Vistas Local Area Structure Plan (East Vistas LASP) in Leduc County. The East Vistas area is a prescribed growth area for Leduc County which will contain urban residential, commercial and town center development that will provide local employment and commercial opportunities to residents.
The Nisku Business Generator Park Outline Plan is to establish a land use framework and servicing concept for the Nisku Business Generator Park. The Nisku Business Generator development concept includes manufacturing business incubation with: manufacturing buildings, a general industrial area and support service buildings.
In response to the demand for residential urban style development that is readily
accessible to Edmonton, the fringe area south of the city and other urban municipalities in
the greater Capital region, the proponent of the Royal Oaks Estates Outline Plan is
proposing to develop their parcel to meet this need. The staged development will provide a
range of residential lot sizes and price points from single family to multifamily sites. There
will also be a commercial remnant to be developed concurrently with the commercial land
to the east.
The Royal Woods Outline Plan is prepared in support of staged residential and commercial
development within the East Vistas Local Area Structure Plan (EV LASP) in Leduc County which is situated between the Town of Beaumont and the Nisku Business Industrial Park. The East Vistas area is a prescribed growth area for the County which will contain urban residential, commercial and town center development that will provide local employment and commercial opportunities to residents.
The West Ridge Estates Outline Plan has been prepared for a multi‐stage, multi‐use development within Leduc County, in the Hamlet of New Sarepta. The Outline Plan has been prepared in order to support a land‐use bylaw amendment for redistricting, and a multi‐parcel subdivision application.
This Hamlet of Looma Community Concept Plan has been prepared on behalf of the owners of Part of SE 35-50-23-W4M, in order to provide a detailed framework for the Hamlet of Looma. The intention of the plan is to ensure that the character of the existing community is maintained while allowing for future growth and economic development within the community.
Other strategies and studies
The purpose of the Pigeon Lake Watershed Management Plan is to develop a comprehensive, science-based strategy to coordinate action for the protection and improvement of Pigeon Lake, its shore lands, and its watershed.
The Pigeon lake Regional Wastewater Steering Committee (the Committee) retained Associated Engineering Alberta Ltd. (AE) to complete this feasibility study to review regional wastewater solutions and provide a wastewater strategy and master plan. The study provides an initial planning tool to gain public and stakeholder support of a long-term strategy enabling a coordinated implementation process to begin.
The City of Leduc and Leduc County collaborated to form the Leduc Partnership, backing the preparation of the Aerotropolis Viability Study (AVS) which is a comprehensive plan and feasibility study for the development of an Aerotropolis. The AVS assesses the viability of various land-uses and economic industries centered around EIA that would improve the seamless connections between air, ground, and rail, and create new business through economic diversification that rely upon transportation connectivity.
The economic climate of Leduc County is ever-changing and moves in response to a variety of internal and external forces. As a result, a comprehensive strategy needs to be developed in order to manage the forecast population and economic growth in the region. The county’s position in the wider Edmonton Metropolitan Region, as well as the high volume transportation corridors that run through it, makes the job of planning for growth and economic development especially challenging. A strong regional economy and dramatic population and employment growth created the need for this strategy.
This strategic plan is Leduc County council’s road map for its four-year term. The plan is based on desires and concerns of county residents, as identified through the 2017 municipal election process. Strategic plans define the significant things a municipality will focus on to achieve desired results. Strategic plans enable the best use of limited resources and ensure Leduc County citizens have the best possible services at the most economic cost.
The Leduc Agricultural Strategy is intended to provide a general strategy for agriculture and land use planning in the County. As such, the Agricultural Strategy is intended as one of the key drivers in shaping the Municipal Development Plan, the primary document where the important land use policy are enshrined.
The methods and process used to identify ESAs in Leduc County are similar to those that were used to identify ESAs in the province of Alberta; however, the ESA outputs created in this study are specific to Leduc County. Thus, consideration of the place-based priorities as they relate to the identification of ESAs is critical for creating information that is meaningful and useful to local land users and managers.
The City of Leduc and Leduc County evaluated the feasibility of creating a wildlife corridor and trail system between the east Shore of Telford Lake and the west Shore of Saunders Lake. A number of options for pedestrian crossing locations, pedestrian crossing infrastructure, and wildlife crossing infrastructure are identified and examined.
The Nisku Wildlife Corridor Report is the culmination of a two phase studio project partnership between the University of Alberta’s School of Urban and Regional Planning and Leduc County.