SHAPING VANCOUVER | ARE HERITAGE CONSERVATION AREAS RIGHT FOR VANCOUVER?

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149 W. Hastings St.
Vancouver, BC
Canada

A panel of experts address what Heritage Conservation Areas are, how they are established and work in other cities, and the consequences of forming such areas. Panel members will discuss areas in Vancouver which retain distinctive heritage character, explore whether such areas should be considered for Heritage Conservation Area status by the City, and debate how
sensitive to heritage character new developments should be. A general discussion with the audience follows and at the end, everyone will be invited
to submit feedback on the evening’s topic to the consultants leading the Heritage Action Plan.

Panelists
Helen Cain- Senior Planner, City of Victoria
Clinton Cuddington- Principal, Measured Architecture Inc.
Pete Fry- Former Green Party candidate for Vancouver City Council
Julie Schueck- Heritage Planner, City of New Westminster
Alec Smith- Principal, Shape Architecture
Inge Roecker- Associate Professor, Architecture UBC

This series is made possible by the generous support of SFU’s Vancity Office of Community Engagement.

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