I don’t promote every debate on urban issues in this city, but this one seems like a can’t-miss to me. It’s also so delightfully Vancouver. Can you imagine another city where people would turn out to listen to an argument about preserving views?
Views on Views: Perspectives on view corridors in Vancouver
In partnership with Simon Fraser University, the City of Vancouver is organizing an evening of debate to discuss perhaps the most important public realm issue in this city – revising the view corridors.
Admission is free; reservations are required.
To reserve, go here: https://websurvey.sfu.ca/cgi-bin/WebObjects/WebSurvey.woa/wa/survey?43330304
When: October 5, 7 pm
Where: SFU Segal Business School, 500 Granville Street (corner of Granville and Pender), Vancouver.
City Planning Director Brent Toderian will set the stage with a briefing about the history of view protection and the issues Council wishes addressed.
Past City Planning Co-Director Larry Beasley and architect Richard Henriquez will argue their positions with passion and insight.