Consultation publique sur le Projet de Plan d'action en patrimoine 2017-2022 de la Ville de Montréal
Commission sur la culture, le patrimoine et les sports
Avis public - Reprise de la séance d'information du 15 mars (français) (2017-03-22)[173,1 ko - 1 page] Avis public - Reprise de la séance d'information du 15 mars (anglais) (2017-03-22)[174,5 ko - 1 page] Avis public (français) (2017-03-01)[173,8 ko - 1 page] Avis public (anglais) (2017-03-01)[172,9 ko - 1 page] Invitations
Invitation - Reprise de la séance d'information du 15 mars (2017-03-22)[189,9 ko - 1 page] Invitation (2017-02-16)[231,5 ko - 1 page] Communiqué
Communiqué (2017-02-21) Calendrier
Calendrier des séances publiques d'audition des mémoires (2017-05-02)[75,2 ko - 1 page] Documents de consultation
Présentation (2017-03-29)[6 Mo - 26 pages] Projet de Plan d'action en patrimoine 2017-2022 (2017-02-15)[4,3 Mo - 37 pages] Documents d'information
Bilan 2005-2006 de la Politique du patrimoine (Mai 2007)[186,1 ko - 15 pages] Bilan 2005-2008 de la Politique du patrimoine (Septembre 2008)[1,5 Mo - 38 pages] Bilan 2005-2010 de la Politique du Patrimoine (Novembre 2010)[9 Mo - 56 pages] Mémoires
Consulter la page des mémoires Recommandations
Recommandations adoptées[112,8 ko - 4 pages] Rapport
Rapport et recommandations portant sur le projet de Plan d'action en patrimoine 2017-2022 - déposé au conseil municipal le 12 juin 2017[526,9 ko - 27 pages]
A 45 - acre comprehensive, master planned office campus on Nuns' Island. This multi-phased office complex is geared to those tenants looking for the quality environment offered in suburban locations but with the benefits of a site located just five minutes from Montreal's central business district. Availabilities range from 50,000 sq.ft. to 500,000 sq.ft. in various configurations, all of which will be LEED certified. With the arrival of Bell Canada on Nuns' Island, public transportation has improved with investments in infrastructure being made by various governmental authorities; the neighborhood is poised for even more development. Companies such a Yellow Pages, Multi-prêt, Bombardier Recreational Products and the Bank of Canada continue to enjoy the exceptional office environment that Nuns' Island has to offer with its abundant retail offerings, bike paths, nature walks and lush landscaped public areas.
Some were questioning this one when it appeared on the Carte de projets that I posted earlier
So here it is. I think brings to an end this little rendering blitz I have been on. Hope you all have enjoyed and it will inspire others to share.
having recently walked through griffintown from downtown towards verdun i found that while the area is filled with many condo projects most of them look they have been there for quite a while and they all seem to be waiting after one another to 'pop' from the ground ... in the meantime the place still looks awfully desolate and abandoned and you have to think that this has an effect on the health of those projects - it's not like the city lacks any plans for griffintown but don't you think they should be more proactive about it and inject some fund in the neighborhood to help spur the growth of all these residential towers instead of waiting for them to actually get built before they do anything ? chicken and the egg kinda situation now it seems but imo the city should be the first to do actually do something and not the private developers .. after all all these years down the road its the city that will still be collecting tax funds if anything gets built - not the initial investors