Kensington--New westside neighbourhood

Open House - Kensington Neighbourhood Concept Plan - Centennial Drive and Diefenbaker Drive Connections  Area residents are invited to a public open house regarding the proposed Kensington Neighbourhood development on Wednesday, January 11, 2012, from 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at the Shaw Centre – Tommy Douglas Collegiate Community Gym. The intent of this meeting is to provide area residents with information on numerous Kensington developer and City of Saskatoon jointly funded traffic calming initiatives proposed for Diefenbaker Drive and Centennial Drive. This meeting will be an open house format, and area residents will have an opportunity to provide comments on the proposed traffic calming initiatives. City of Saskatoon staff will be in attendance to answer questions. Wednesday, January 11, 2012 Shaw Centre – Tommy Douglas Collegiate Community Gym 130 Bowlt Crescent 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. (come-and-go) The City of Saskatoon has previously held two public information meetings with regard to the proposed Kensington Neighbourhood. The primary concerns received at these meetings were related to traffic and pedestrian safety on Centennial Drive and Diefenbaker Drive after connections to Kensington are established. The City of Saskatoon and the Kensington land developers have considered these concerns and have designed a number of traffic calming initiatives along Centennial Drive and Diefenbaker Drive in an effort to improve traffic and pedestrian safety. Details of the traffic calming methods will be provided at the open house. The Kensington Neighbourhood is a proposed new 511 acre residential neighbourhood bounded on the east by Confederation Park and Pacific Heights, on the south by 22nd Street West and the Blairmore Suburban Centre, and on the west and north by agricultural lands. The neighbourhood will accommodate one-unit dwellings, low-density townhouse units, medium-density apartment-style and stacked townhouse-style units, and mixed-use units combining residential with neighbourhood retail, office, and service uses. Completion of this neighbourhood is estimated to be 10 to 15 years.

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