If you have ever walked around Tunney’s Pasture, you have likely found yourself imagining how the 49-hectare federal government campus could be transformed into a dynamic, multi-use space.
What do you picture when you imagine it as more than a work environment, when you start to envision adding features like housing and recreational spaces, or other possibilities?
Now is the chance to weigh in on the future of Tunney’s Pasture, by providing your feedback to the public consultations hosted by Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC), and the Canada Lands Company (CLC).
Members of the public are invited to fill out an online survey, open until Sunday, June 19, to provide their thoughts on integrating Tunney’s Pasture with the communities that surround it.
In addition, PSPC and CLC are in the process of forming a Communities Perspectives Group (CPG) as a forum to bring forward and consider the wide-ranging viewpoints of community members and interest groups as the planning and redevelopment proceed. If you are interested being part of the CPG, please review the terms of reference and selection criteria and submit a completed application form by Sunday, June 19.
Further to the recently held engagement sessions, the partners are also organizing an online Questions and Answers Coffee House on Monday, June 20, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Participants are asked to register in advance of attending.
Finally, if you happen to be speaking to neighbours, please invite them to join Neighbours for Tunney’s to stay up to date on news and events about Tunney's Pasture. Simply send an email to NeighboursforTunneys@gmail.com.