Posts Tagged: planning

Green matters – but how much?

Fredericton prides itself on being a sustainable community – the tagline “Smart. Sustainable.” is part of our city’s corporate identity. Though the federal and provincial governments are opting out of international environmental targets, the city’s “Green Matters” programme makes a

Green matters – but how much?

Fredericton prides itself on being a sustainable community – the tagline “Smart. Sustainable.” is part of our city’s corporate identity. Though the federal and provincial governments are opting out of international environmental targets, the city’s “Green Matters” programme makes a

Hear ye, hear ye

“Public engagement” is becoming an expectation of governance at all levels, federal, provincial and municipal. Elections every few years – this year, the 14th of May; learn more at fredvotes.ca – are still the main way we get to give

Hear ye, hear ye

“Public engagement” is becoming an expectation of governance at all levels, federal, provincial and municipal. Elections every few years – this year, the 14th of May; learn more at fredvotes.ca – are still the main way we get to give

Living on easy streets?

Perhaps more than the Historic Garrison District or the Loyalist Burial Ground, Fredericton’s roots as a British military townsite are reflected in the orderly grid pattern of streets that criss-cross the city’s core. Regent St, Smythe St (“Smyth St” and

Living on easy streets?

Perhaps more than the Historic Garrison District or the Loyalist Burial Ground, Fredericton’s roots as a British military townsite are reflected in the orderly grid pattern of streets that criss-cross the city’s core. Regent St, Smythe St (“Smyth St” and

Is your neighbourhood walkable?

When many people think about walking in their neighbourhood, they think about sidewalks, safety from cars and busy intersections that might be difficult to cross. (By the way – if you know a dangerous intersection in town, don’t forget to

Is your neighbourhood walkable?

When many people think about walking in their neighbourhood, they think about sidewalks, safety from cars and busy intersections that might be difficult to cross. (By the way – if you know a dangerous intersection in town, don’t forget to