South Saskatchewan Regional Plan

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South Saskatchewan Regional Plan

Postby cjane » Tue Mar 29, 2011 3:22 pm

The Alberta government has released the recommendations of its Regional Advisory Council for the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan. The plan covers most of southern Alberta and the Bow and Oldman River Basins, including the Calgary, Lethbridge, and Medicine Hat regions.

An online workbook has been promised for the end of April and public input on the RAC recommendations are supposed to begin in the Fall.

The Regional Plan is a “high-level” documents that will guide planning by the Province and municipalities. As a result, it could be very influential.

For more information, see the News release:
http://alberta.ca/home/NewsFrame.cfm?ReleaseID=/acn/201103/30127ED71B092-930A-6118-DEF91669F6911D5E.html

The Advice document can be found at:
http://www.landuse.alberta.ca/AboutLanduseFramework/LUFProgress/documents/SSRP%20RAC%20Document%20Mar%2016%202011%20layout_FINAL.pdf. Items of particular interest to heritage advocates are found in Section 6.0 “Healthy Communities.” Recommendations include that land-use decisions consider cultural heritage and historical resources.
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South Saskatchewan Regional Plan

Postby R19kr » Thu Dec 11, 2014 7:29 pm

I've been out of the loop for awhile regarding what's going on with the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan...just wondering if anyone has the "Coles notes" if what went down with this plan? Has random camping been banned or limited in southeast Alberta? Have more trails been closed?
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Re: South Saskatchewan Regional Plan

Postby newsposter » Tue Dec 16, 2014 10:36 am

This isn't the best forum to find camping information, unless it is from say 100 years ago :wink:
But here is a link to the government's page: https://www.landuse.alberta.ca/REGIONAL ... fault.aspx
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