14 Jan ALSA Q&A – Further recommendations from the ELC?
Land-use Framework: ALSA Q&A – Further recommendations from the ELC?
By Cindy Chiasson
Will the Environmental Law Centre prepare a brief report on the current performance of the Land-use Framework, future considerations and recommendations for the Alberta government and Cabinet?
The Centre has been following the Land-use Framework initiative from its beginning, and we have provided ongoing analysis and commentary, including:
as well as a number of articles in our online newsletter News Brief and other publications. We plan to continue reviewing, analyzing and commenting on the process as regional plans are developed and will provide our suggestions to the provincial government as appropriate. Keep an eye on our website for our ongoing work on this and other issues.
What issues related to the Land-use Framework would you like to see us address as regional planning proceeds?
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