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Local Area Plans

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Local Area Plans:

  1. Airport Area West
  2. Airport Vicinity Protection Area
  3. Bishop Grandin Crossing
  4. Corydon-Osborne Area Plan
  5. Henderson Highway Corridor
  6. Kil-Cona Park Area (West)
  7. North Henderson Highway
  8. North St. Boniface
  9. Osborne Village Neighbourhood
  10. Palliser MRS Plan
  11. Precinct Plan 'C' - Waterford Green
  12. Precinct Plan 'E' - Court Avenue
  13. Precinct 'F' - North Point Village
  14. Precinct 'I' - Transcona North
  15. Precinct 'J' - Dawson Trail
  16. Precinct Plan 'K'
  17. Precinct 'T' - Castlebury Meadows
  18. Precinct 'Q' - Ridgewood South
  19. South St Boniface ASP
  20. St. Vital Perimeter South
  21. Taylor Redevelopment
  22. The Yards at Fort Rouge
  23. Transcona West ASP
  24. Transcona Yards Industrial
  25. Waverley West ASP
  26. Waverley West NE
  27. Waverley West NW
  28. Waverley West SE
  29. Waverley West Town Centre
  30. Waverley West West
  31. Waverley West SW
  32. West Alexander & Centennial
  33. Wilkes South Secondary Plan
  34. Assiniboia Downs AMP
  35. Red River Ex
  36. Railside at the Forks
  37. Precinct 'G'
  38. Waverley West Neighbourhood 'B'

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Introduction

Local area plans (LAPs) direct how an area of land is to be developed and used. These plans contain a vision, land use concepts, policy statements and a strategy for realizing the vision of how an area shall be developed and used.

Local area plans manage change by directing how land in an area may be used, where buildings of various types, sizes and shapes may be located and how infrastructure can be extended into, and through, the local area. Local area plans vary by scale and level of detail.

A local area plan should be concise and provide clear direction to the public, the development industry and the City of Winnipeg with respect to land use planning and development, while promoting creativity and innovation.

Secondary Plan By-laws

A secondary plan is a local area plan that has been adopted by Council through a process specified in provincial law. When Council approves a secondary plan, the plan becomes a by-law. The process under which a secondary plan is approved includes a public hearing. All development proposals and other undertakings within a secondary plan area must be consistent with that secondary plan.

OurWinnipeg & Complete Communities

OurWinnipeg is the City of Winnipeg's municipal development plan, which sets a vision for the next 25 years. OurWinnipeg is supported by four direction strategy documents, each of which has a unique focus: Complete Communities, Sustainable Transportation, Sustainable Water and Waste, and A Sustainable Winnipeg.

Complete Communities is Winnipeg's guide to land use and development. It provides tools and approaches that complement OurWinnipeg in giving direction on how the city should be developed. Its primary focus is to describe Winnipeg's physical characteristics and lay out a framework of the city's future physical growth and development by introducing an urban structure, categorized into its various components, which include:

  • Downtown
  • Major Redevelopment Sites
  • New Communities (divided into precinct areas)
  • Mixed-Use Centres
  • Mixed-Use Corridors
  • Mature Communities
  • Recent Communities
  • Rural and Agricultural lands
  • Airport Area

Together, OurWinnipeg and Complete Communities provide direction that informs the creation of local area plans. Complete Communities identifies several areas in the City that need additional plans before they are developed. For example, New Communities are divided into precinct areas, each of which requires a planning process subject to requirements outlined in Complete Communities.

Several local area plans were approved before OurWinnipeg and Complete Communities came into effect in 2011. If any of these local area plans is not consistent with OurWinnipeg and Complete Communities, OurWinnipeg and Complete Communities take precedence.

Approved Plans

Local area plans that are in effect are listed in the link below. To view the plan and related information, click on the name of the plan in the list.

Local Area Plan

Date
M/D/Y

#
on Map

09/25/2002

1

05/25/1994

2

02/24/2016

34

05/27/2014

3

12/10/2014

4

02/02/1983

5

10/05/1988

6

01/19/1977

7

07/19/2017

8

01/24/2007

9

09/25/2013

10

12/12/2012

11

12/10/2014

12

03/26/2014

13

01/31/2019

37

07/16/2014

14

05/27/2014

15

07/16/2014

16

11/16/2016

35

11/20/2013

17

10/03/2013

18

12/13/2017

36

11/23/2005

19

06/13/1979

20

05/29/2013

21

12/15/2010

22

07/16/2008

23

02/22/2006

24

02/22/2006

25

06/20/2019

38

12/06/2006

26

07/21/2010

27

11/21/2007

28

06/26/2013

31

07/21/2010

29

11/14/2012

30

07/16/2008

32

09/01/1994

33

Last update: February 25, 2020

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