MSF South Lands ASP June 2020 Online Engagement & Summary

September 24, 2020

The MSF South Lands Ad Hoc Committee (Ad Hoc Committee) would like to thank those who have participated in the Mount St. Francis South Lands ASP project to-date.

In June 2020, Cochrane residents and neighbours to the MSF South Lands participated in an online survey to share their questions, comments and concerns regarding the draft Area Structure Plan (ASP). The survey received nearly 1,000 responses and the Committee directly engaged with several community members and stakeholder groups to answer questions and collect additional feedback.

The Committee has developed an Engagement Summary to share a detailed summary of the feedback received from the community.

View the Engagement Summary HERE.

Results of all previous engagement activities conducted to date are available at

To review the latest FAQ and responses from engagement events and communications with the community, please visit


The Ad Hoc Committee is reviewing and coordinating the feedback received under the direction of the Holy Spirit Province of Canada and continues to prepare the application submission to the Town of Cochrane. Once the ASP application has been submitted, Town Administration will initiate an internal review of the application. The Ad Hoc Committee will then work with the Town to address any comments and questions ahead of a Public Hearing of Town Council.

The Ad Hoc Committee is committed to ensuring the public has access to timely information regarding this project and will continue to share information through the email subscriber list, project website, and Facebook page. More details on the process and future engagement opportunities will be shared as details become available.

The Ad Hoc Committee appreciates the community’s continued participation throughout the South Lands initiative, and sends its best wishes to you and your families.


Tamille Beynon, Communications and Engagement Advisor


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