Mayor Don Iveson called the Westmount development a ’10 out of 10!’ Not just for the quality of the affordable housing project, but for the work done engaging with the local community ahead of time.
Come join with other developers, community leaders, and faith representatives as we learn from one of the brightest examples of community consultation done well here in Edmonton: the process developed by both community leaders and the Right at Home Housing Society in North Glenora as part of the recent redevelopment of land owned by Westmount Presbyterian Church
Tuesday, May 8, 2018
- ARCA Banquet Facility; 14525 127 Street Northwest; Edmonton, AB T6V 0B3
- Doors open at 6:00pm with a light supper beginning at 6:30pm ;
- event concludes at 8:30pm
- We have space and food for fifty participants, so a timely rsvp is encouraged.
Agenda features the following:
Keynote address by Andrew Gregory
Andrew is the community member who chaired the committee overseeing the process used to guide the consultation with the North Glenora community.
Panel discussion with Q&A to follow
Featuring: Cam McDonald (Right at Home Housing Society), Andrew Gregory, Les Young (Westmount Presbyterian Church), and Ryan Young (Past President, North Glenora Community League)
Following the panel discussion, organizers will discuss a consultation resource development project being initialized with grant funding from the Edmonton Community Foundation.
Faith Communities interested in exploring redeveloping of their land are also encouraged to attend, both to learn and to network with others exploring a similar journey.
Please RSVP for this event at the following link: RSVP – Learning from Good Consultation
CRIHI thanks the following partners in hosting and promoting this event: Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues, Al Rashid Mosque, Right at Home Housing Society, and Edmonton Community Foundation.