The City is seeking public input Oct. 28, on a proposal from Canada Lands Company to change the type of development allowed on the east side of Currie Barracks.

If approved by council, the proposal would allow for a medium-density mix of retail, office and residential developments including a network of open spaces and pathways while preserving key aspects of the areas military history.

“This is a great opportunity for residents to speak to City staff, review the proposed changes and provide comment on the application,” said Craig Sklenar, senior planner with the City’s Planning Department.


Open House

Oct. 28

Military Museums of Calgary

4520 Crowchild Trail S.W.

5 p.m. – 8 p.m.

For more information on the proposed redevelopment, click here. To read CREBNow‘s coverage of the development, click here.


  1. […] The City is reviewing a proposal from Canada Lands Company – owners of the land – to change the development allowed on the west side of the barracks to include retail, office and residential spaces as well as parkland and pathways. CREBNow reported on CLC’s plans last May. […]


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