The City of Fort Saskatchewan approved redistricting land in the Westpark neighbourhood.
 
The move, proposed by developer Landrex, changed 2.10 hectares of land in the south-west portion of Westpark from Urban Reserve to Small Lot Residential and Comprehensively Planned Residential.
 
Changing the approved use of the land will allow Landrex to build low density housing.
 
"Currently, a lot of that land is still vacant but with the new development, there will be single family houses as well as semi-detached duplex dwellings," explained Matthew Siddons, current planner with the City of Fort Saskatchewan.
 
This redistricting marks stage two of Windsor Pointe with more development of the neighbourhood to come.

 

 

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