What kind of city do we want?
On November 14, the new council approved a motion, proposed by Councillor Adriane Carr, directing staff to begin “scoping of an expedited work plan and timeline to co-develop with Vancouver residents and stakeholders a citywide plan.” The development of a citywide plan in 2019 has the potential to transform Vancouver. It would be Vancouver’s first plan, although the Bartholomew Plan of 1929, never officially adopted, has had a decisive impact on the city.
Plan for Change is intended to spark conversation about the potential of the new citywide plan. At this event, learn about the Bartholomew Plan and hear a diverse range of voices explore essential issues we must consider as we think about a new Vancouver.
We’re honoured to have CBC Radio One journalist Michelle Eliot joining us as moderator for a talk with the presenters and you.To discover more about change and planning in Vancouver, visit the morph exhibition before or after the event.
In partnership with Urbanarium.