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Planning for Vancouver in 2050

May 7th, 2010 · 11 Comments

My infrequent but carefully selected events listing service is taking note of the following:

Exploring the implications of demographic shifts.

Who’s Coming to the Party?

Join Glenn Miller, David Allison and Alan Boniface in this thought-provoking dialogue that will inspire and direct us to make changes in how we build and develop, in order to create more sustainable communities. What are the implications of demographic shifts over the next 4 decades and how will we address them?

Ø    What will Metro Vancouver’s population look like in 2050?

Ø    What demographic trends/shifts will shape land use and real estate development between now and 2050?

Ø    How will immigration patterns shape development over the next 40 years?

 Wednesday, May 19, 2010, 11:30am – 2:00pm

 Terminal City Club

837 West Hastings St.

Vancouver, BC Canada

Register Online:

http://britishcolumbia.uli.org 

The City in 2050: Creating Blueprints for Change is a 6-part event

series designed to examine the needs of the people, places and

policies that will influence development in British Columbia now and

into the future. Through the series, we will explore and help define

what land use professionals will need to consider while seeking

to create communities that are economically, environmentally and

socially sustainable.

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