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Hamptons Golf Course Redevelopment


The City of Calgary received a proposal from QuantumPlace Developments Ltd., representing the Hamptons Golf Club, to subdivide and redesiginate a portion of the golf course lands to allow for residential development. The proposed outline plan is for 64 residential units (R-1s and R-2) on two separate sites . Also proposed as part of this application, is a new public park, as well as additional open space.

The proposed land use and outline plan application will also require a minor map amendment to the Crowchild Phase 4 Area Structure Plan.

The land use redesignation and Area Structure Plan amendment was approved by City Council on April 11, 2017.

The applicant can now move forward on obtaining the necessary approvals to development the lands as residential.


Hamptons Site Plan Outline 1.0
Hamptons Site Plan Outline (click to see a larger image)
Hamptons Site Plan Outline
Hamptons Site Plan Outline (click to see a larger image)


June 2015 – April 2016

Applicant led public engagement.

April 21, 2016

Applicant submitted land use submission.

June 2016

City of Calgary online and in-person public engagement

July 2016 – February 2017

Ongoing technical review of application by The City of Calgary. Amended plans submitted by the applicant. 

February 15 and March 15, 2017

Information Sessions held to share information on the proposed development.

February 23, 2017

Calgary Planning Commission (CPC) recommended approval of the proposed land use redesignation and Area Structure Plan amendments to City Council.

April 11, 2017

City Council approved the land use, outline plan and Area Structure Plan amendment.

April 2017

Stripping and grading development permit appealed after approval. In response to the appeal, the applicant has withdrawn their application at this time.

November 2017

According to Land Use Bylaw (Part 2 Division 3 25(2)g), landowners in the city of Calgary are allowed to strip and grade land as long as the area is less than 1000 square metres. If the land is larger than that it requires a Development Permit or Development Agreement. A development permit or development agreement has not been approved at this time.


Supporting documents

Contact File Man​ager 

Joshua de Jong, Planner

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