Reasons to Support

Galloway Lands Reports

Read the Galloway Lands professional consultant reports here. t has been our intention to increase everyones knowledge base to allow for a more informed discussion between all parties. 

Trails and Public use forever!

Approval of the Galloway Lands will ensure public access on the property forever. Current public use is largely unauthorized and continued use remains at risk

Summaries, Questions and Answers

Conservancy

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Fire Safety

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Site Plan

  • 185 Ha (457 ac) total property area
  • 75 maximum homesites
  • 1.0 Ha (2.5 ac) minimum lot size
  • 128.5 Ha (320 ac) 70% conservation area

Zoning Plan

  • 50% of total property area zoned Parks and Recreation
  • Zoning ensures protection of Lizard Creek and conservation buffer on all boundaries

Conservation

  • 50% of total property area zoned for conservation (PG-2 Zone)
  • 20% additional area with no-build conservation covenants
  • 70% total site area managed for conservation
  • Buffers for homesites to Lizard Creek and all boundaries
  • Building envelopes further restrict buildable area of each homesite

Public access

  • Permanent public access for walking, biking, skiing and snowshoeing protected by covenant
  • Public access permitted to all lands zoned as Park and along Nordic Trail loop
  • Further public access lands to be determined as trail system is defined
  • Mountain bike and multi-use trail to be open to public use

Lot Detail Plan

Highline Drive

Lizard Creek

Mt. Fernie Provincial Park

Boardman Creek

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