We are in the process of trying to collect information from Hastings Sunrise and neighbouring residents to determine their current use of Hastings Park and what future activities, events, programs and green spaces they would like to have available in the park.
We would very much appreciate if you could complete the survey. We would also encourage you to share the survey via any venues you have may have available, with your friends, neighbours, and community contacts in Hastings Sunrise, by email, blogs, social media, etc.
Please complete and share survey promptly, as we want to collate the results and present them to the Hastings Park/PNE Community Advisory Board in June. Thank YOU!!! We appreciate your support!
Complete the survey here!
Have concerns you wish to voice to the PNE Board of Directors about Hastings Park? The PNE Board is currently the body in charge of managing the Hastings Park site, including the Sanctuary, Playland and surrounding grounds and buildings (with the exception of Empire Field).
You have an opportunity to present to the Board at their upcoming Public Meeting on Friday, April 22nd. Public meetings of the Board are scheduled twice per year.
Individuals or delegations may request to speak to an agenda item once the agenda is posted and up to 24 hours prior to the start of the meeting. Requests are made by email, phone or in person, and must be received by the PNE 24 hours before the start of the meeting. Requests must include first and last name, organization or interest group (if applicable) and agenda item to be addressed.
More information on Board protocols and meeting schedule is available here on the PNE’s website.
Friends and neighbours, come out to this great community event!
Thursday, February 25th
at Hastings Community Centre
3096 East Hastings St.
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Do you have an idea for a project or event that you want to host with your friends or neighbours that will help bring the broader community of Hastings Sunrise together? If you and your co-applicant live in, and your project or event will take place in the area as specified in the Application Form (PDF), you can apply for a Community Small Grant of between $500 and $1500 from the Hastings North Community Partners Group.
More Info: visit hastingsnorth.org or find them on Facebook!
Park Board Commissioners voted unanimously this week to increase parks in Vancouver.
You can read a PDF outlining the strategy here.
To find out what is happening with the New Brighton Habitat Restoration Project, check the City of Vancouver’s Project page.
By visiting the page, you can also give your input regarding options being considered for an off-leash dog area being planned for New Brighton.
A community open house is scheduled:
Thursday, January 28th, 2016
from 5:00-8:00 pm
in the gymnasium at Dr. A.R. Lord Elementary School (555 Lillooet St.)
with the applicant team and City staff available to answer questions.
The City of Vancouver has received an application to rezone 2805 E Hastings (current Burger King location) from C-2C1 (Commercial) District to CD-1 (Comprehensive Development) District, to increase the floor space ratio (FSR) from 3.00 to 3.84 and the building height from 13.8 m (45.3 ft.) to 21.4 m (70.2 ft.) to permit the development of six-storey mixed-use building. This is a concurrent rezoning and development permit application.
Click to view the Rezoning and Development Permit Application – 2805 E Hastings Street (DE419720)
You can also provide comments by filling the City of Vancouver’s online feedback form.
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The proposal includes:
- 92 secured market rental units;
- commercial uses at grade;
- a proposed floor space ratio (FSR) of 3.84
- a building height of 21.4 m (70.2 ft.); and
- 79 underground parking spaces
This application is being considered under the Secured Market Rental Housing (Rental 100) Program.
Please feel free to share with your Hastings Sunrise community network & friends.
We encourage you to attend the January 28th Open house at Dr. A. R. Lord Elementary, to learn more about this proposal for our community.