Developing Our Community Home

  Fahr Lands Update (July 27th 2014)

Completed Next Steps

•Presentation to Council on Vision of Fahr Lands (Summer 2012)
• Rezoning (1st Reading):
- Zoning from Develoment Reserve Zone to Neighbourhood
Commercial Zone (Red Area on Map)
• Mail & Newspaper Advertising of Open House Events
• Community Open Houses, Abundant Life Church, 3486
Raleigh St.:
- October 16, 2013
- October 22, 2013
• Country Villas Open House, Country Villas Clubhouse:
- October 24, 2013
• Sector Plan:
- Background
- Demographics & Socio-Economics
- Transportation Study
- Traffic Counts by MioVision
• Designated for LEED ND (Neighbourhood Development)
Certification

Miovision Information

LEED-ND Information

 

•Complete Sector Plan:
- Market Study
- General Design of Roadways
- Cost & Feasibility to Connect to Municipal Services
- Protection of Natural Areas
- LEED Certification Standards
• Rezoning (1st Reading):
- Zoning from Development Reserve Zone to: RM
Multiple Housing Dwelling Zone (Yellow Area on Map)
- Zoning from Development Reserve Zone to: R1-10
Single Housing Dwelling Zone (Green Area on Map)
• Publication and Notice of Public Hearing
• Municipal Public Hearing:
- Options
- No Changes (Next Step)
- Major Alterations (Return to Public Hearing)
- Resolution Not to Proceed
• No objection to By-law:
- Second & Third Reading (Approval)
• Objection to By-law:
- Second Reading
- No further Objections - Third Reading
- Further Objections - Municipal Board
• Application for Subdivision


As a family company, the Fahr Group has deep roots in East St. Paul. We know just how much the community has to offer. We love how seamlessly country living and urban amenities combine in our community, as our new neighbourhood development takes shape in the area, we are dedicated to ensuring they are in keeping with East St. Paul’s enduring natural charm.

A vision with community values

Our residential neighbourhood will reflect the character and appeal of East St. Paul. Properties will offer breathtaking views as well as effortless access to waterways, recreation and wildlife – all with a walkable, community village feel. Complementary mixed use neighbourhoods will be designed to provide a variety of amenities and more of the services residents want. An authentic sense of community and the custom options and enhanced features buyers will highlight the unique appeal of East St. Paul.

Community Input

Our new neighbourhoods will reflect a shared vision for East St. Paul. We will engage current residents through open forums to better understand their needs and wants for this growing community and share more about our plans.

Integration with East St Paul

Municipal services such as water and sewer are important for all residents. We will work closely with the RM to ensure new development is in keeping with municipal development plans, zoning by-laws and provincial regulations and that current levels of service are maintained for all residents.

Sustainability

We are committed to environmental innovation and sustainability. Open spaces will incorporate carefully planned wetlands and native grasses to strengthen ties to the natural features that make East St. Paul so unique. Pathways and trails linking residents to park spaces and waterways will connect with municipal walkways and promote active living. In addition, our new community will incorporate sustainable concepts and practices in everything from roadway design and drainage to the use of recycled materials and draw on ideas consistent with (LEED-ND) Neighbourhood Development.

We are committed to building a long-term relationship with East St. Paul and its residents, helping to develop our community with vision and values that we all share.

You Tube Open House Video from 2013 Open houses

Past Community Open Houses

Open House 1 Open House 2
Wednesday October 16th 2013
4:30PM to 8:30PM
Tuesday October 22nd 2013
4:30PM to 8:30PM
Open House Notice Click Here pdf-icon