The Metropolis will likely be bringing the Broadway Plan for Council’s consideration on Might 18th. Developed over three years of in depth neighborhood and stakeholder engagement, the Broadway Plan is a complete land use coverage plan that can information progress and constructive change within the Broadway neighbourhoods over 30 years. It features a Public Advantages Technique to direct Metropolis funding in public facilities and infrastructure to help a livable, wholesome and sustainable neighborhood.
The Plan contains insurance policies to help a thriving cultural sector that contributes to the town’s economic system and drives tourism and job creation. Over the following 10 years, the plan goals to safe over 49,500 sq. ft of house for artist manufacturing, rehearsal, and presentation areas within the plan space.
Key Arts and Tradition Instructions (Chapter 17 of the Broadway Plan):
Improve visibility of Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations to make sure self-determination, Reconciliation, decolonization, fairness, and accessibility are prioritized and inherent in all facets of the Plan and implementation;
Retain, broaden present and help new arts, cultural, and music areas, enhance incentives and decrease boundaries to develop new reasonably priced areas, and guarantee entry to industrial areas for cultural manufacturing;
Take away regulatory boundaries to allow extra cultural areas, actions and occasions;
Assist reasonably priced housing for artists that features shared studio and artwork manufacturing areas;
Focus public artwork funding in public areas, together with plazas, parks, and as a part of full streets, to centre artwork in each day life.
[copy from press release provided by City of Vancouver]