Thank you from the Developer
This process was inspiring for not only me but my entire team. The public engagement process has brought forth so many ideas for this development that I cannot imagine building something of this importance without public engagement.
Throughout the process we have forged partnerships to help us with this development but the most important partnership has been with the public.
People from all over our community brought their ideas and experiences and shared them with us to make this the best development possible for this site. It was encouraging to see community members who gave their valuable time to attend our engagement sessions.
Change is always hard for people. It is difficult to always know how to best move forward and now I know that public engagement was the right step to take.
This development is now better and stronger with the help of the public. Although, this is a private development, it is for the publics’ future, it is for the people of Halifax to use daily. I believe now we are better equipped with the right tools and partners to start taking the next steps to make this project a reality.
Summary of Overall Comments
See the breakdown of comments and areas that had the most feedback
Design Matrix #3
Read the responses to the latest comments and feedback from the engagement session.
Louie Lawen, the developer along with his design team and Tim Merry's public engagement team would like to sincerely thank neighbours, stakeholders and the general public for participating in the Spring Garden West public engagement sessions.
If you have any questions about this development or have any further feedback or comments, please send them along to firstname.lastname@example.org
YOU TOLD US! WE LISTENED! COME SEE THE RESULTS.
Over 60 people gathered at O'Regan Hall at Halifax Central Library on May 31st, 2016 to see the results from the two previous engagements.
Ekistics Architect, Chris Crawford and Ekistics's Landscape Architects, Rob LcBlanc and Katherine Peck presented on the building design and streetscape. The group connected how the public's feedback has influenced the building, including the following points:
To learn more on how the public has influenced the building, review the document Design Matrix PE 2 below and the architect's slides from the presentation.
Louie Lawen, President of Dexel answered questions directly from the audience at the end of the session and encouraged people to connect with them if they still had feedback after that evening.
He then closed the session by sincerely thanking the neighbours and general public for participating and giving thoughtful feedback to his design team. He told the crowd it is a better building because of the engagement.
DESIGN MATRIX PE 2
The document below responds to all feedback gathered at the second public engagement session and comments received by email.
Click on the slides below to review the presentation. Scroll down to see advice to the developer.
Watch the video of the street walk down Spring Garden and onto Robie Street.
Scroll down to see advice to the developer.
ADVICE FOR THE DEVELOPER
This was the final session in a trio of public engagements for this initial phase. There will be more engagements through the Development Agreement Process with HRM. In the meantime, the developer encourages anyone who has further input to email them at email@example.com