rezoning, subdivision and permits.
What We Do
Our mission is to take the headache out of developing awesome projects. We provide single-minded municipal rezoning, subdivision and development permit support for infill, brownfield, and mixed-use projects.
Plan amendments and rezoning applications for conventional zones as well as custom and direct control DC1 and DC2 zones.
All sorts of subdivisions, including narrow lot subdivisions and lot consolidations.
Residential, commercial and mixed use projects, including garden suites, patio permits and major and minor development permits.
have a project in mind?
Remove the guesswork. Request a fixed-fee zoning analysis for your site.
How We Work
We’re as passionate about great development as you are, yet we know infill and brownfield projects aren’t easy—the rules simply weren’t designed for them. That’s why we align our technical policy and regulatory skill with what really matters: unwavering determination, advocacy and creative problem solving.
Determination is a mindset, and we take it seriously. The planning and development process can be full of roadblocks and challenges. Determination is essential for success.
To get the results you want, sometimes you need to know who to talk to. We proactively engage with neighbours, community, Council, Administration and the media to drive support for your project.
creative problem solving
Much bigger than brainstorming, the creative problem solving process is a disciplined approach to creating new and novel solutions.
Why we work
The values that inform what we do.
We value pragmatic solutions that balance community with market reality.
Every place can be great. We help uncover and realize potential.
How people feel determines the success of projects and places.
Hope over Fear
We are optimists–just because it hasn’t been done (yet) doesn’t mean it can’t be done here.
We Are Equals
We value collaboration and curiosity, and work with you as partners.
Make it happen
We focus on making a difference on the ground, not extra weight on a bookshelf.
It was pretty neat to see our principal @chelseyjersak be interviewed inside the bouncy castle/obstacle course (?) at Saturday's Columbia Ave. #PopUp! #yeg https://t.co/vlYgKDCZ2x
Here’s a first ... it seemed like the warmest (out of the wind) place for an interview was inside the bouncy castle!
@MacEwanU, Alberta Community Builders and surrounding community trying to change perceptions on Columbia Avenue. Mini festival 105Ave/112 St. 11 - 5 today. #yeg https://t.co/jQqLOZjtq6
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