An Official Community Plan (OCP) guides land use and development. All municipal policies, plans and regulations must be in alignment with the OCP. An OCP review is an opportunity for the District to ensure that the goals and objectives remain relevant.
Since an Official Community Plan is a long-term guiding document, it is important that the community is involved in developing the plan.
In the fall, these themes emerged from citizen visioning (phase one). This visioning will be combined with scientific data on current growth trends in our next phase of community consultation.
Phase two of the community conversation looked to confirm and apply the vision identified in the fall. Visual representation describing form and character, and mapping of three scenarios for the growth of Sooke over the next ten years will be shared with the community. The District received Sooke resident input, rating and comments, on the imagery and growth scenarios to answer:
Please check back for the “What we heard” report which will be available at the end of April.
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Your voice will inform the OCP and guide the land use and development of Sooke over the next 10 years. Land use and development impact many aspects of daily life from the types of housing available, how we get around the community and what amenities are available to enjoy, learn more.
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