A virtual Open House was held via Zoom on April 21, 2021 from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. The Communities of Malmo, Lendrum, and Lansdowne; and other properties within a 100-metre buffer of the site were notified of the meeting. Approximately 60 community members attended the Phase One meeting.

Consultation is an important part of any planning process. Consultation ensures that a wide and diverse number of viewpoints are considered when deciding how and when change will occur. Simply, stakeholder participation produces better outcomes and, in turn, a better future for the Michener Park Redevelopment. This report provides a summary of the stakeholder consultation, input, and comments received in regards to the Michener Park Open House (Phase 1). This consultation included a virtual engagement session completed on April 21, 2021, as well as follow-up email conversations.

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PRESENTATION FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONS and RESPONSES (PDF includes screen shots of the slides)

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University of Alberta Properties Trust (UAPT) was formed by the University of Alberta (UA) to develop or re-develop lands deemed by UA as not central to its academic mission of teaching and research. UAPT is an arm’s length, independent incorporated trust with the UA as its’ sole shareholder. Governed by a Board of Directors and managed by a staff, UAPT works with various stakeholders such as the City of Edmonton, neighborhoods impacted from the land development, Land and Urban Planners, Engineers and Architects, as well as the UA to develop the lands entrusted to it, with the profits from such activities being returned to UA to further its’ core mission.