Can we create a coastal park?
Possible parks, conservancies & covenants to preserve 69% of the land and its habitats.
Maps tell the story of how the parks, preserves and covenanted areas have been outlined to protect about 69% of the study area in the draft plan, while condensing the area of housing as much as possible into the most economic and liveable areas. Parks and conservancies would surround Burke Creek and Huszar Creek, and include the coast itself from Huszar down to the eastern tip of the property.
Meanwhile, three lots on the western end of the coastline may be purchased by the Bowen Island Conservancy. This would be a wonderful outcome. Either way, the entire coastline in the study area could become accessible forever, and complete a connection to the coast for the cross-island greenway network.
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1.Can we create a large park at Cape Roger? Images shows how and where areas might be preserved.
2.What kind of community might you like to see at Cape Roger? Images show how it could fit together.