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Newton Town Centre land use and transportation consultations – June 2, 3, & 4

Next week, the City of Surrey and TransLink invite you to join them for the next phase of public consultation on the land use, urban design, and transportation plan for Newton Town Centre.

The consultation will take place over three days:

  • TUE JUNE 2
    Public Workshop, 6:15 p.m. to 9 p.m.
    Newton Arena, 7120 – 136B Street

    Join the project team as they present the land use, transportation, and economic context of the area. Participate in this public workshop and share your views on a variety of key issues that will help define a vision for the Newton Town Centre.
  • WED JUNE 3
    Public Open House, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Unit 110 – 7320 King George Hwy

    THU JUNE 4
    Public Open House, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
    Unit 110 – 7320 King George Hwy

    Drop in throughout the day and see the project team in action as they design and prepare the plan for the Newton Town Centre. Join in the design process and have one-on-one conversations with the project team members on any topics related to the plan.
  • THU JUNE 4
    Public Presentation, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
    Newton Arena, 7120 136 B St

    Come hear the project team present their initial plan for the Newton Town Centre, based on the April open house and current consultation. See how the conceptual ideas generated from the workshop and open houses are translated to specific action items and actual ideas on the ground. Review the initial concepts and elements of the plan and provide your feedback.

Here’s the full flyer in PDF format with all these details and more.

For more information, please contact:

  • Ms. Gertrude Kwan at 604-591-4129 or Mr. Ron Gill at 604-591-4773, both of the City of Surrey Planning & Development Department;
  • or Mr. Vincent Gonsalves at 604-453-3043, Community Relations Coordinator at TransLink.

You can also get more info by visiting the Planning & Development Department at Surrey City Hall, or by emailing rgill@surrey.ca or vincent.gonsalves@translink.ca.


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