Crescentwood - Enderton Park Heritage Conservation District Nomination

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Introduction

The Crescentwood-Enderton Park neighbourhood has a unique history and an outstanding collection of heritage homes and buildings, many of which were built between 1900 and 1914. For years, area residents have been advocating for heritage conservation district (HCD) status. HCDs conserve areas of special architectural and historical significance and manage future changes within the district boundaries.


Background

There are three steps in the process of establishing a heritage conservation district:

  • Official nomination (this occurred on June 6, 2019)
  • Development of an HCD study.
  • Development of an HCD plan, which could lead to official designation. This is the stage we are at right now.


Introduction

The Crescentwood-Enderton Park neighbourhood has a unique history and an outstanding collection of heritage homes and buildings, many of which were built between 1900 and 1914. For years, area residents have been advocating for heritage conservation district (HCD) status. HCDs conserve areas of special architectural and historical significance and manage future changes within the district boundaries.


Background

There are three steps in the process of establishing a heritage conservation district:

  • Official nomination (this occurred on June 6, 2019)
  • Development of an HCD study.
  • Development of an HCD plan, which could lead to official designation. This is the stage we are at right now.


  • December 2022 - draft Crescentwood-Enderton Park Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Plan is now complete

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    The draft Crescentwood-Enderton Park Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Plan is now complete. Thank you to all who participated in public engagement sessions during its development.


    On December 14, 2022 at 9:30 a.m., the Historical Buildings and Resources Committee (HBRC) will review the draft HCD Plan and make a recommendation to the Standing Policy Committee on Property and Development (SPC-PD) on whether or not to designate the area as an HCD and if any amendments to the HCD Plan are required. The meeting can be viewed on the City of Winnipeg’s YouTube channel.


    While residents cannot address the HRBC on December 14, there will be an opportunity to appear as a delegation when the HCD Plan goes to SPC-PD in the future. Property owners within the proposed district will receive notice of this meeting.


    If Crescentwood-Enderton Park is designated as an HCD, certain architecturally and historically significant elements of the area would be conserved. In addition, changes within the district boundaries would be managed according to the HCD plan.


    Final Council approval is required before Crescentwood-Enderton Park is designated as a Heritage Conservation District.

  • July 2022 – Draft Policies and Design Guidelines

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    The public engagement summary and appendices are now available and provide an overview of the feedback collected for the project between June 2021 and March 2022.

    Input helped the project team develop draft the Crescentwood-Enderton Park Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Plan Draft Policies and Design Guidelines, which are now available for review. This is the last phase in the public engagement process.

    If you have any questions, comments or additional feedback on the draft policies and guidelines, please email heritagedistricts@winnipeg.ca by August 19, 2022.

  • March 2022 - The online survey is now closed

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    Thank you to all who completed the online survey. The data collected from the survey and the Community Workshops will help inform the HCD Plan's policies and guidelines.

    We will notify property owners of future opportunities to review the HCD Plan, important steps in the decision-making process, and how you can share your thoughts on the HCD Plan.

  • March 2022 - Survey open for feedback

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    Thank you to all property owners who participated in the final Crescentwood-Enderton Park Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Plan virtual workshop on Wednesday, March 9, 2022.

    You are now invited to complete an online survey. The survey is another opportunity for you to share your thoughts about the draft policies and guidelines that were discussed at the workshop. Even if you were not able to attend the workshop, you may still participate in the online survey.

    The survey will be available from March 11-25, 2022. We would like to hear from you!

  • February 2022

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    We will be hosting our final Crescentwood-Enderton Park Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Plan virtual workshop on Wednesday, March 9, 2022. This interactive workshop will continue to focus on developing policies and design guidelines for managing change within the HCD.

    Property owners will be notified of the workshop via email with registration information. Invitations have also been delivered to properties within the HCD boundary. If you are a property owner and have not received an email or invitation, please email heritagedistricts@winnipeg.ca.

    Following this workshop, we will be posting a survey about the draft policies and guidelines to this website. The survey will be available from March 11-25, 2022, and property owners are invited to complete it.


  • October 2021

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    The Crescentwood-Enderton Park Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Plan is in progress. We are inviting property owners in the area to participate in a virtual workshop that will focus on developing design guidelines for alterations to properties within the nominated HCD boundary. After this workshop, there will be additional opportunities for property owners to provide input.

    The virtual workshop will be held on Wednesday, October 13, 2021. Property owners will receive a postcard in the mail with registration information. If you are a property owner and have not received a postcard, please email heritagedistricts@winnipeg.ca.

  • June 2021

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    The Crescentwood-EndertonPark Heritage Conservation District (HCD) Plan is now underway. We are inviting property owners in the area to participate in a virtual information session to review the HCD Study and to learn more about how input can help shape the HCD Plan. There will be additional opportunities beginning this fall to provide input through community workshops.

    The virtual information session will be held on Tuesday, June 22, 2021. Property owners will receive a postcard in the mail with registration information. If you are a property owner and have not received a postcard, please email heritagedistricts@winnipeg.ca.

  • May 2021

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    Preparation of the HCD plan is now underway; this will be done in consultation with property owners in the area. Property owners will be notified of these opportunities by regular mail, and will have the opportunity to request hard copies of consultation materials.

    There will also be an opportunity for members of the general public to participate. Sign up in the upper right corner of this website for project updates and consultation opportunities.

  • January 2021

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    January 2021

    On January 18, 2021 the Standing Policy Committee on Property and Development, Heritage, and Downtown Development (SPC) concurred in the recommendations of the Historical Buildings and Resources Committee (HBRC) and the Public Service, namely:

    1. That the Crescentwood-Enderton Park HCD Study (Attachment A of the report) be received as information and that the Public Service be directed prepare an HCD plan that considers the character-defining elements as outlined in Attachment B of the report.
    2. That the nominated HCD boundary be revised as recommended in the HCD Study.
    3. That the Proper Officers of the City be authorized to do all things necessary to implement the intent of the foregoing.

    The next stage in the process is to prepare an HCD Plan, which will be done in consultation with property owners in the area. Owners will receive notice of upcoming opportunities for community consultation.

  • November 2020

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    On October 23, 2020, the Historical Buildings and Resources Committee (HBRC) recommended that the Crescentwood – Enderton Park HCD Study be received as information and that a draft HCD Plan be prepared. The updated HCD Study (found in the documents folder of this webpage will now be reviewed by the Standing Policy Committee on Property and Development, Heritage, and Downtown Development.

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