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CentrePort Canada Zoning and Design Standards


The Rural Municipality of Rosser, supported by the Province of Manitoba and with the cooperation of the City of Winnipeg, has hired a team of planning consultants to prepare a zoning framework and design standards to guide development of the first phases of CentrePort Canada.

We are asking the community to get involved in a number of ways. The consultant team ofPlaceMakersMMM Group, and CNT will be conducting interviews in June with selected entities most closely involved with the first phase of CentrePort Canada. We are looking to identify potential opportunities and issues with a zoning framework outline.

Then, in July open houses, we will ask planning officials, the business community, and residents to consider ideas and actions to help guide the RM of Rosser and CentrePort towards a future of increased opportunity. We will gather and refine ideas about subdivision design, connectivity, parcel sizes and uses, as well as the ultimate form and function of the area when fully developed.

We invite the community to three open houses to share your ideas and feedback:

  • Monday, July 22, 4:30-6 pm. This is a community input open house, setting the stage for zoning and design. The planning team will give a summary of the June interviews, and ask for additional public direction on functionality that you would like to see enabled by the new Rosser CentrePort zoning framework. This event will be held at the Community Hall at Grosse Isle, 0117E - PR 321, in the R.M. of Rosser.
  • Thursday, July 25, 5:30-7 pm. The design team will take the combination of Monday's input along with intelligence collected in May and June, and spend the week developing a framework for the CentrePort Design Standards and Phase 1 Stage 1A Zoning Designations. We'll ask the community for direction to refine ideas and provide a mid-course correction. This open house will be held at the Community Hall at Grosse Isle, 0117E - PR 321, in the R.M. of Rosser.
  • During August and September, the planning consultants will be drafting the zoning framework, under the guidance of the Steering Committee. Once the first draft is complete, we will host another open house in the fall for additional community input.

A key guiding principle for CentrePort development is establishing a streamlined and transparent development approval process. This calls for a modern approach to zoning that emphasizes upfront visioning and consultation processes to develop standards that govern basic building form, placement of structures and related components of the built environment with predictable physical outcomes and performance based criteria rather than overly detailed lists of permitted or conditional uses.

The preparation of a form-based zoning framework will accommodate immediate development proposals in Rosser and is intended to also be transferable to future phases of CentrePort development, in both Rosser and Winnipeg. A Steering Committee with representatives from Rosser, Manitoba Local Government, and Winnipeg’s Planning Department is working with the consultant team to provide ongoing professional and technical input throughout the project.

This collaborative effort aligns with The CentrePort Canada Act, which directs the Province and the affected municipalities to develop a singular and comprehensive planning framework to guide CentrePort development.

Check back on this web page for additional information and ongoing updates.

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Planning Consultant Team

For questions or further information, please contact:
Bob Brown
CentrePort Project Coordinator 
Rural Municipality of Rosser
Box 131
Rosser , MB R0H 1E0
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July 22, 2013
CentrePort Design Workshop Open House

The Rural Municipality of Rosser, supported by the Province of Manitoba and with the cooperation of the City of Winnipeg, has hired a team of planning consultants to prepare a zoning framework and design standards to guide development of the first phases of CentrePort Canada.

Monday, July 22, 4:30-6 pm.

This is a community input open house, setting the stage for zoning and design. The planning team will give a summary of the June interviews, and ask for additional public direction on functionality that you would like to see enabled by the new Rosser CentrePort zoning framework. This event will be held at the Community Hall at Grosse Isle, 0117E - PR 321, in the R.M. of Rosser.
July 25, 2013
CentrePort Design Workshop Open House

The Rural Municipality of Rosser, supported by the Province of Manitoba and with the cooperation of the City of Winnipeg, has hired a team of planning consultants to prepare a zoning framework and design standards to guide development of the first phases of CentrePort Canada.

Thursday, July 25, 5:30-7 pm.

The design team will take the combination of Monday's input along with intelligence collected in May and June, and spend the week developing a framework for the CentrePort Design Standards and Phase 1 Stage 1A Zoning Designations. We'll ask the community for direction to refine ideas and provide a mid-course correction. This open house will be held at the Community Hall at Grosse Isle, 0117E - PR 321, in the R.M. of Rosser.