In 2014, Regional Council adopted a revised Regional Plan following the Plan’s first 5-year review (RP+5). The 2014 Plan replaces the original Regional Plan, adopted in 2006. The Regional Plan is the region’s blueprint for when, where and how future growth should happen over a 25-year period.
Learn about Regional Council's blueprint for when, where and how future growth should happen over a 25-year period.
Measurement of the success of the Regional Planning Strategy.
Halifax Regional Council approved the revised Regional Plan on Wednesday, June 25, 2014.
The Regional Plan identifies a number of region-wide issues such as culture, transit, active transportation and urban forest management which have detailed implementation strategies.
The Regional Plan identifies a number of “master-planned communities” and priorities for detailed community planning. Port Wallace is currently going through community planning. The Downtown Halifax Plan (established through HRMbyDesign) is an approved community plan.
Learn the meaning of terms like Urban Reserve Designations and Service Area Boundary.