Have your say on the future of Brampton’s Downtown plan


Published July 14, 2022 at 4:14 pm

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The City of Brampton is hosting a design conference for residents, stakeholders and businesses to help develop a vision for the long-term future of downtown.

Residents, stakeholders and businesses are invited to take part in three days of virtual and in-person sessions to help improve, enhance and transform Brampton’s downtown.

The design charrette runs July 18 through to the 20th to gather feedback, comments and ideas on the city’s Integrated Downtown Plan over the next 30 years.

Starting with a virtual kick-off session on July 18 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., attendees can get introduced to the design process and discuss how the city can improve Downtown Brampton.

Two in-person drop-in public sessions will follow on Tuesday (July 19) and Wednesday (July 20) from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 pm at The Alderlea, located at 40 Elizabeth St.

Tuesday’s session will provide an opportunity to review drawings, maps and visioning work, and the final session on Wednesday ofers an opportunity to review the design framework and learn how it can be implemented moving forward.

For more information on the city’s Integrated Downtown Plan visit www.brampton.ca/IDP and learn more about Downtown Brampton at www.brampton.ca/downtownbrampton.

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