ULI BC: Broadway Plan Walking Tour - SOLD OUT

When

Thursday, June 20th, 2019
3:00pm - 4:30pm PDT

Where

CityLab Will open in a new window 511 W. Broadway Vancouver, BC V5Z 1E6 CANADA

Pricing

Late Pricing Begins June 21 Members Non-Members
Private CA$20.00 CA$30.00
Public/Academic/Nonprofit CA$20.00 CA$30.00
Retired CA$20.00 N/A
Student CA$10.00 CA$20.00
Under Age 35 CA$20.00 CA$30.00
SOLD OUT!
 
Please email ULI BC to be added to the waitlist.
 
The City of Vancouver recently launched the Broadway Plan process, to create a comprehensive plan for the area between Clarke Drive and Vine Street, focusing on opportunities to integrate new housing, jobs, and amenities around the new Broadway Subway. The tour will focus on the areas between Oak Street and Main Street, including the Uptown area and neighbourhood points of interest woven in along the way.

Additional information about the planning process, including timelines and engagement opportunities, can be found on the Broadway Plan website. Sign up to the mailing list to stay up to date on engagement opportunities. vancouver.ca/broadwayplan​.

CityLab 511 W. Broadway Vancouver, BC V5Z 1E6 CANADA

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Speakers

Speaker

Ian MacPhee

City of Vancouver

Ian has been a member of the City of Vancouver’s Rapid Transit Office since 2011. Ian’s work with the Rapid Transit Office has included partnering with TransLink on the UBC Line Rapid Transit Study and subsequent Broadway Subway project, the Downtown Bus Service Review and a number of rapid transit station upgrades. Ian was also a key member of the City’s team delivering the transit oriented Joyce Collingwood Precinct Plan.

Speaker

Zane Hill

Policy Planner, City of Vancouver

Zane is a policy planner in the Special Projects Office of Planning, Urban Design & Sustainability at the City of Vancouver. Starting at the City in 2012, Zane has worked on a variety of high-profile planning processes including the Grandview-Woodland, Marpole and West End Community Plans and various downtown rezonings. He was the lead policy planner for the Northeast False Creek Plan, which will guide the replacement of aging highway infrastructure and reconnect neighbourhoods with a new mixed-use waterfront community. In his current role he leads key elements of the Broadway Plan Process, which will integrate new housing, job space and amenities around the future Broadway Subway.