Jericho Lands planning program

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We would like to hear from you. We are looking for your feedback as we develop a policy statement for the Jericho Lands. We will use this page to provide project updates and ask for your input at different stages of the planning program.

The Jericho Lands planning program is a comprehensive planning process which will help create a policy statement to guide future development of the site.

The program is being developed at the request of the landowners, a joint venture partnership between the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh (MST) Partnership, and the Canada Lands Company (CLC).

The policy statement will create a framework which will guide future redevelopment of the site and help create a new community that is sustainable, socially and culturally inclusive, and highly livable.

The planning program will explore options that address important priorities including:

  • Ways to advance our collective work toward reconciliation
  • Creating a complete community with a range of housing options with different income levels and tenures
  • Providing new housing within a walking distance of existing and future transit routes, including a potential SkyTrain extension to UBC
  • Providing shops, services, childcare, and employment space to support the new community and the rest of the city
  • Recognizing and celebrating cultural and heritage assets
  • Creating new parks and open spaces, and a comprehensive package of other community amenities to be determined through the process

About the Jericho Lands

The Jericho Lands is within the unceded traditional territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

It is a 36-hectare (90-acre) site located in Vancouver’s West Point Grey neighbourhood and is bound by West 4th Avenue, Highbury Street, West 8th Avenue, and West Point Grey Park.



We would like to hear from you. We are looking for your feedback as we develop a policy statement for the Jericho Lands. We will use this page to provide project updates and ask for your input at different stages of the planning program.

The Jericho Lands planning program is a comprehensive planning process which will help create a policy statement to guide future development of the site.

The program is being developed at the request of the landowners, a joint venture partnership between the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh (MST) Partnership, and the Canada Lands Company (CLC).

The policy statement will create a framework which will guide future redevelopment of the site and help create a new community that is sustainable, socially and culturally inclusive, and highly livable.

The planning program will explore options that address important priorities including:

  • Ways to advance our collective work toward reconciliation
  • Creating a complete community with a range of housing options with different income levels and tenures
  • Providing new housing within a walking distance of existing and future transit routes, including a potential SkyTrain extension to UBC
  • Providing shops, services, childcare, and employment space to support the new community and the rest of the city
  • Recognizing and celebrating cultural and heritage assets
  • Creating new parks and open spaces, and a comprehensive package of other community amenities to be determined through the process

About the Jericho Lands

The Jericho Lands is within the unceded traditional territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

It is a 36-hectare (90-acre) site located in Vancouver’s West Point Grey neighbourhood and is bound by West 4th Avenue, Highbury Street, West 8th Avenue, and West Point Grey Park.



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    We are looking for your input on the two conceptual site plan options aq̓əs / sp’akw’us / Eagle & Ɬən / tahim tl’a uxwmixw-chet / Weave. These site concepts are illustrations of how ʔəy ̓alməxʷ  /  Iy ̓álmexw / the Jericho Lands could look in the future. Between October 19 and November 21, tell us what you think of the conceptual site plan options by filling out our survey.

    Your feedback, combined with other inputs, will be used to create a preferred concept. This preferred site concept will form part of the Jericho Lands policy statement and will inform future development of the site. Future opportunities will be provided for you to share your thoughts on the preferred concept.

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    Thank you to everyone who participated in the Emerging Site Planning Ideas survey on Natural Systems and Open Space. The survey was available from March 29 to April 25, 2021 and is now closed. Staff will review and analyse your comments.

    Your feedback will help us refine the Emerging Site Planning Ideas. These Emerging Ideas are intended to provide direction for future site planning exercises and the development of a preliminary site concept.

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    Thank you to everyone who participated in the Emerging Site Planning Ideas survey on Connections and Mobility. The survey was available from March 29 to April 25, 2021 and is now closed. Staff will review and analyse your comments.

    Your feedback will help us refine the Emerging Site Planning Ideas. These Emerging Ideas are intended to provide direction for future site planning exercises and the development of a preliminary site concept.

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    Thank you to everyone who participated in the Emerging Site Planning Ideas survey on Inclusive Neighbourhood. The survey was available from March 29 to April 25, 2021 and is now closed. Staff will review and analyse your comments.

    Your feedback will help us refine the Emerging Site Planning Ideas. These Emerging Ideas are intended to provide direction for future site planning exercises and the development of a preliminary site concept.

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    Thank you to everyone who participated in the Emerging Site Planning Ideas survey on Sustainability and Resilience. The survey was available from March 29 to April 25, 2021 and is now closed. Staff will review and analyse your comments.

    Your feedback will help us refine the Emerging Site Planning Ideas. These Emerging Ideas are intended to provide direction for future site planning exercises and the development of a preliminary site concept.

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    Thank you to everyone who participated in the Site Analysis panels survey. This survey is now closed. Staff will review and analyse your comments. 

    Your feedback will help us develop our understanding of the site as we look to develop a series of Emerging Site Planning Ideas and a preliminary site concept for the Jericho Lands in the coming months.

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    Thank you to everyone who participated in the draft Guiding Principles survey. The survey is now closed. Staff will review and analyse your comments and report out on the findings this Fall.

    Your feedback will help us finalise the Guiding Principles, which will be incorporated into the Jericho Lands Policy Statement where they will provide high-level direction for future development on the site.

    Thanks!

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