Reprinted from CBC:
The City of Charlottetown is looking at how to develop the east end of the city, close to the waterfront. The city is revisiting a plan that was developed six years ago by consulting firm Urban Strategies. The plan, called the Eastern Gateway Waterfront Master Plan, focuses on the area bordered by Weymouth Street, Grafton Street, Kensington Road, Exhibition Drive, Riverside Drive, and Water Street. While the plan was done in 2011 it was never developed into policy. Now, Urban Strategies has returned to Charlottetown to re-examine the plan, and work with the city to put it into policy. Managing partner George Dark led a public information session Wednesday evening where he outlined the main ideas in the plan.