On May 8, excavation work began on the future site of the Wildwood affordable housing development located at 4012 Bow Trail SW.
The majority of the work will take place on weekdays, with occasional work on weekends.
As a result of the construction, a portion of 38th Street SW will be closed for approximately 7-10 days at the end of May/early June to allow for underground site service connections.
The excavation work is expected to conclude by the end of June, and construction of the development will begin.
We appreciate your patience while crews are working in the area.
If you have any questions about the excavation work, please contact 311.
Development update: Environmental Assessment Report
As part of the land-use and development permit process for 4012 Bow Trail S.W., The City hired an independent engineering firm to provide a Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) for review by The City’s Planning Department. The final report was received November 2, 2015 and identified the presence of tetrachloroethene (commonly known as PCE) in one location on the site. The report also indicated the source of the substance was off-site. Alberta Environment and Parks has reviewed the revised final report and request the City provide a final report documenting remediation and monitoring activities of the site. Alberta Environment and Parks has reviewed the revised final report and request the City provide a final report documenting remediation and monitoring activities of the site.
The Development Permit process includes a review of the environmental reports for a site. OLSH has submitted the report to be included as part of that review. These reports were submitted to be included as part of that review.
The environmental assessment report is available below.
- For all questions regarding the impact on the development project please contact Senior Project Manager, Lee Prevost, email@example.com directly.
- For information related to Alberta Environment and Park's role, please contact 780-310-3773.
Land-use Designation Approval
The revised land-use application was approved by Council at Council's Public Hearing on September 14, 2015. Steaming video and minutes from the Public Hearing are available at calgary.ca
The revised land-use application was submitted to Planning in March 2015 and re-designated the entire site to MC-2 to accommodate the development of 48 stacked townhomes and limit the building height to 10 meters. On June 18, the revised land-use application was approved by Calgary Planning Commission (CPC).
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