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Land Use Planning & Policy (LUPP) provides service devoted to collaboratively
developing, recommending, promoting and implementing strategic and effective land use and transportation plans and policies to sustain and enhance the quality of life in Calgary.
Land Use Planning & Policy provides services in the areas of: managing future growth and change for the city as a whole; regional issues and programs planning for change in the built area and planning the suburban land supply.
Planning the vision for a long-term pattern of smart growth and development in Calgary over the next 60 years.
Planning, projects and initiatives throughout Calgary's downtown core are creating a livable, thriving and caring core.
Planning with regard to heritage includes various methods to protect and preserve Calgary's history and heritage resources.
Planning and helping The City meet their objective of achieving urban design excellence in Calgary.
Planning for the future, Geodemographics monitors growth and change on a city-wide basis to provide a context to manage Calgary's growth and corresponding quality of life.
Biennial awards that acknowledge the important contribution that designers, architects and artists make in improving the quality of life in our city by planning and producing high quality buildings and public spaces.
A listing of all of our current land use planning projects.
The Application Map displays all Land Use, Outline Plan, and Road Closure (LOC) applications that are currently being evaluated at The City of Calgary.
A listing of all community planning documents.
A link to the ‘Community Guide to the Planning Process’ and the Partners in Planning program.
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