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A Planned Residential Community Development in Sanford, Manitoba.

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Site Context & Description

 

Located in the Sanford community, on the northeast corner of the Provincial Trunk Highway (PTH) 3 and Provincial Road (PR) 334 intersection. Approximately 25 km (+/- 22-minute drive) to the southwest boundary of Winnipeg.

 

The subject property encompasses approximately 68 acres and is comprised of one parcel of vacant land. The lot is currently zoned AR (Agriculture Restricted) & RG (Residential General) and designated for residential development.

East: Blythefield Road and residential properties
South: PTH 3 and vacant lands
West: PR 334, vacant lands, and residential properties
North: PR247 / Mandan Drive and residential properties

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Development Vision

1.  A master planned community featuring a mix

    of housing types for a full range of housing

    within the housing life cycle and provides an

    age-in-place strategy for the broader

    community

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2.  Providing a sustainable tax base to support

     and enhance community assets and amenities

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3.  A Master Plan, rich with trails, community

     connections, and greenspace with amenities

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Proposed Development 

 

Planned from the outset to provide new, in-demand housing options. A broad spectrum of housing options will continue to be provided including single-family, townhouse, side by side, and apartments.

*Details of the development are subject to change upon municipal and community feedback

The entire 68+/- acre development concept is to develop a planned community in a multi-phased approach with the full range of municipal services [piped water, piped wastewater, piped land drainage, retention ponds, paved roads] with a diversity of high-quality dwelling types arranged amongst open green spaces and connected with public roads, public lanes, active transportation pathways, and sidewalks.

 
 

Community Engagement

The Virtual Community Input Sessions were held on February 1st and 3rd. 

If you would like to discuss the project with someone from the development team, please contact us to schedule a meeting.
 

Share Your Thoughts

Please spend 5 minutes to leave a comment, share your thoughts on the proposed development.