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Vancouver (B.C.). South Shaughnessy Single Family Zoning Review Program

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Vancouver (B.C.). South Shaughnessy Single Family Zoning Review Program

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In 1990 City Council approved the South Shaughnessy Single Family Zoning Review Program. The purpose of the program was to respond to concerns about the design and landscaping of new houses in the area and the resulting change in character. The photodocumentation of "Second Shaughnessy" and "Third Shaughnessy" began in the summer of 1990 and was initially carried out by students working for consultant Robert G. Lemon Architecture and Preservation on behalf of the Shaughnessy Heights Property Owners Association. After the summer, Planning staff continued with the documentation and added the area from West 41st Avenue south to West 57th Avenue, west to East Boulevard, and east to Oak Street. The Planning Department's South Shaughnessy / South Granville Zoning Review Study was completed in 1996, after the creation of four new zones to respond to the varying concerns of different areas of Shaughnessy.

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Vancouver (B.C.). Planning Department (1952-present)

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Vancouver (B.C.). South Shaughnessy Single Family Zoning Review Program, is subordinate to: Vancouver (B.C.). Planning Department

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