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The Coalition for Better Infill is a network of citizens from across Edmonton who are deeply concerned about the city’s de-regulation of the infill development industry.

 

Our supporters include planners, architects, and engineers; environmentalists and builders; community organizers, entrepreneurs, seniors, and young families.

Hello Better Infill—

We are thrilled to announce our first online interview/webinar, with Ricardo Tranjan, author of national bestseller The Tenant Class, interviewed by Kevin Taft. Join us online, May 2, 7:00 pm, no charge.

The theme of the interview is: “Selling Our Civic Souls?” Infill developers use claims of affordability and environmental sustainability to demand concessions from city councils. Edmonton city council is deep into granting unprecedented concessions to infill developers, that will bring upheaval to the city’s mature neighborhoods.

But have developers engineered a consensus that puts their needs first, and the needs of homeowners, the environment, and cities, second?

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/selling-our-civic-souls-a-better-infill-free-webinar-tickets-879783635537?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Changes to bylaws give huge flexibility to infill developers and take away most opportunities for you to appeal projects, even on your own block.

This means your new district plan could allow for a mid-rise or high-rise building to be built next door.

Imagine the uncertainty of not knowing what could be built beside you.

 

 

Are you Aware?

Infill developers building mid-rise and high-rise buildings next door.
Construction Zone in a peaceful neighbourhood

Our group emails go to hundreds of people every few weeks, and are forwarded to countless more. See what the buzz is about. Sign up below (note: our lists are not for sale).

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