The Medicine Hill-East Paskapoo Area Structure Plan (ASP) amendments and land use application were approved by City Council on July 20, 2015. The application was to develop approximately 100 acres of land on the Paskapoo Slopes, next to Canada Olympic Park, into a mixed-use site with retail, office and residential units.
The approved ASP amendments support policies that achieve higher design standards and incorporate the Blackfoot culture. The ASP will also support the construction of a regional pathway connection across the Trans Canada Highway at Bowfort Road and a pedestrian overpass across the Trans Canada Highway to Bowness.
The developer, Trinity Development Group, submitted the Medicine Hill Concept Plan to Calgary Planning Commission on July 28, 2016.
Recently the first Development Permit for Cell I was submitted, which includes a supermarket, retail and residential units. The City is currently reviewing the file. To view a copy of the development permit plans please review the Get Involved tab below.
- December 17, 2015: A letter with attachment was sent to stakeholders outlining updates on the development and the processes The City will follow when reviewing the application for development permits and subdivision requests.
- March 7, 2016: Council approved the name of Medicine Hill for the development of the Trinity lands.
- July 28, 2016: The Medicine Hill Concept Plan was presented to the Calgary Planning Commission.
- September – October 2016: Site preparation, vegetation clearance, and stripping and grading work has begun. For up to date details about the project, please visit the developer’s Trinity Hills website.
There are multiple ways to learn more about the Medicine Hills project and to stay up to date.
Visit the Trinity Hills website for the latest news.
When Development Permits are submitted:
- View permits using the online map available at calgary.ca/publicnotices
- Make an appointment to view permits or plans by contacting 403-268-5744.
- Contact your Community Association.
- Visit the Development Permit Public Notices page on Calgary.ca, updated every two weeks on Thursday, to see what’s been approved.