In association with partner organizations, FCA-FAC held a workshop on Saturday April 15. A report on the outcome of the workshop plus copies of presentations from the event are at https://g4t993.p3cdn1.secureserver.net/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/230415GN.pdf
The workshop had about 20 participants. To launch discussion on instructions for a new Committee of Adjustment, Alex Cullen delivered an introductory presentation found at https://g4t993.p3cdn1.secureserver.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/221022PR.pdf This was followed by a presentation by Heather Pearl on Infill Guidelines found at https://g4t993.p3cdn1.secureserver.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/221022GL.pdf .
The City presentation on the revision of the Transportation Master Plan, delivered at the workshop, is found at https://g4t993.p3cdn1.secureserver.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/191130TM.pdf FCA-FAC is organizing a weekend workshop the morning of Saturday November 30 at Tom Brown Arena. The Transportation Master Plan is a companion document to the City’s Official Plan, which outlines how people & goods will […]
FCA-FAC with Ottawa Neighbourhood Study present “Neighbourhoods Count” a workshop to better understand the physical and social pathways by which communities in Ottawa affect our health and well-being. Learn to react, analyze and argue with data. Discover facts that will support evidence-based decision-making. The workshop will be held at Overbrook Community Centre, the morning of […]
Ecology Ottawa and Greenspace Alliance are running a workshop on “Climate Solutions and Ottawa’s Official Plan on November 15 and 16. Details and registration information is at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/climate-solutions-and-ottawas-official-plan-nov-15-and-16-registration-74353638735
FCA-FAC is organizing a weekend workshop on Saturday October 26 with the theme “A new Official Plan for Ottawa – Launching Community Discussion”. The workshop is open to all (although it would be helpful if attendees could register in advance). There are two objectives for the workshop. One is to stimulate discussion among community groups […]