Land Development Planning Project Management

The creation of a subdivision was often the first step toward the creation of a new incorporated township or city. 

The Fahr Group engages land owners and municipalities to develop communities. The evolution of a community is ongoing and is guided by Development Plans and Zoning By-Laws.

The Fahr Group provides Project Management to its own projects and to that of our client’s projects. 




Fahr Group On Air CJOB|68

November 7, 2014

The Fahr Group is On Air with Bold Radio Panel of Experts on CJOB|68 Manitoba's Information Superstation. This Saturday November 8th @ noon you will hear our lineup panel talking about Planning and Development in the Capital Region.

Guests: Johnathan Fahr, VP Operations at Fahr Group. Colleen Skylar, Executive Director Manitoba Capital Region ‎Partnership. With host Alana Odegard from the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce.


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News Release

July 30, 2014

News Release
For Immediate Release

Fahr Lands, East St. Paul Summer 2014 Update

July 30th 2014 (Winnipeg, MB) – The Fahr Group will be providing the residents of East St. Paul an update on the development activities of the Fahr Lands. This update is available on the Fahr Group Website, and was provided at the Lions Club Show and Shine on July 27th 2014 at the East St. Paul Arena. An update will also go out the week of August 11th 2014 in local papers.

Some Highlights of the Update are:

Designated for LEED ND (Neighbourhood Development) Certification.
Traffic Counts by MioVision. Ensuring a 95% data accuracy on traffic data collection using a three-step-process.

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The Value Of Investing In Canadian Downtowns...

May 10, 2014

The Value Of Investing In Canadian Downtowns

The Canadian Urban Institute (CUI) was engaged by the International Downtown Association – Canadian Issues Task Force to carry out one of the most significant reviews of Canadian downtowns to date. This project is the first of its kind - examining 10 Canadian downtown (Halifax, Fredericton, Ottawa, Toronto, London, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Vancouver and Victoria) to assess changes in attitudes, perceptions, functionality and performance over time. This project also aims to inspire and inform city builders, with many excellent and innovative approaches to downtown revitalization that are being applied across the nation. The ‘Value of Investing in Canadian Downtowns’ is a living project.

View the Report of Winnipeg click here.