Halifax, Nova Scotia
Canada Lands Company acquired the two-acre (0.8 hectare) former RCMP site located at 3151 Oxford Street in December 2016. Another building located at 3139 Oxford Street is currently occupied by Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and is anticipated to be acquired by Canada Lands once CBSA moves in spring 2019. The Oxford Street properties are bound to the north by the Department of National Defence’s Windsor Park site and to the southeast and southwest by existing residential.
Located on the property was the former RCMP Forensics Laboratory, which consisted of two buildings. Both structures have been demolished. The main building was two storeys and was built in 1977. A secondary one-storey, pre-fabricated structure was used as office and storage space.
3139 Oxford Street was the former site of RCMP headquarters in the Atlantic region. The property contains a four-storey office building constructed in 1974.
Canada Lands launched a broad-based community consultation process in 2018, similar to what it did for Shannon Park, to ensure that the community has input into the redevelopment of these properties.
A public open house was held in March 2019. The next phase in the pubic consultation process will be a workshop and community pop-up, where three development concepts based on the urban design principles that were identified at the open house will be presented. Feedback and input from the community will assist in preparing a preferred development concept, to be presented in the summer 2019.
Canada Lands Company would like to thank everyone who attended the Oxford Street Properties development concepts workshop on May 14, 2019. Your feedback is important to us and we encourage you to share your thoughts on the event with us using the online survey in the right menu. For those who were not able to attend the event, presentation materials are also available for download in the right-hand menu.
Canada Lands Company, FBM and Upland are pleased to invite you to a development concepts workshop to discuss redevelopment of 3139/3151 Oxford Street (Oxford Street Properties). This workshop will provide opportunities to engage with the project team and provide your input. Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend the workshop. Should you be unable to attend, consider joining us at the Halifax Forum Farmers Market for a community pop-up which will provide an additional informal opportunity to drop-in and provide your input on the development concepts. (An RSVP is not required for the community pop-up.)
Workshop: Maritime Hall, Halifax Forum, 2901 Windsor St.
Tuesday, May 14, 2019 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Community pop-up: Maritime Hall, Halifax Forum, 2901
Saturday, May 25, 2019 from 8 a.m. to 12 noon
Canada Lands Company would like to thank everyone who attended the Oxford Street Properties open house on March 28. As always, your feedback is important to us and we encourage you to share your thoughts on the event with us using the online survey in the right menu. For those who were not able to attend the event, presentation materials are also available for download in the right-hand menu.
Date: March 28, 2019
Time: 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. (Brief presentation at 7:15 p.m.)
Location: Gymnasium, St. Catherine's Elementary School (3299 Connolly St.)
Canada Lands Company, FBM and Upland are pleased to invite you to an open house on planning for 3139/3151 Oxford Street (The Oxford Street Properties). The open house will provide an opportunity to engage with the project team and provide your ideas about the urban design principles that will guide the site's redevelopment. If you plan to attend, we would appreciate notice through an RSVP at email@example.com.
Please note that work has begun toward the deconstruction of the former RCMP forensics laboratory building located 3151 Oxford Street. You will notice increased activity, however construction crews will be accessing the property from Oxford Street only and have been directed not use other streets in the neighbourhood. Fencing has been erected around the building and crews will soon start working on removing the interior. The deconstruction of the building itself will begin in early July after schools in the area have been let out for the summer. Every effort will be made to minimize inconveniences to the community. This work should be completed by the Fall. For safety reasons we kindly ask that residents keep at a distance from the construction area. Should you have any questions or comments please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Halifax, Nova Scotia