Advocacy, education and outreach in support of Vancouver's public spaces

CreeksidePk_Expanded_1 VPSN offers continued support for removal of Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts

For the last several years, the VPSN has been following the discussion around the potential removal of the Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts. It’s a proposal that our members have given considerable thought to, and we’ve enjoyed some good debates about the pros, cons and... Continue reading »

October 21, 2015   |   0 comments
Jim Deva Plaza Engage: Jim Deva Plaza, a new park at Smithe & Richards… and removing the Viaducts

Three important public space related engagement opportunities are taking place this week. Please consider participating; these events are an important way to influence the design and development of the city’s public realm. 1) Final Concepts for the Jim Diva (“Heart of Davie”)... Continue reading »

October 21, 2015   |   0 comments
Block 51 Survey Poster City launches Block 51 survey: have your say on the future of Robson Square and the North Plaza

UPDATE: The original survey deadline has been extended by a few days. It now closes on November 12, 2012. The City of Vancouver has just launched a survey to gather input on the future of Block 51 – the area... Continue reading »

November 1, 2012   |   1 comment
Block 51 (Robson Sq & Art Gallery) Events & Consultation Mark your calendars: Two events on the future (and past) of Block 51 – Robson Square & the north end of the Art Gallery

Poster for the City’s “Block 51” Events & Consultation The City of Vancouver has just announced two events related to the potential expansion of Robson Square and the future of the north end of the Art Gallery. Both events are... Continue reading »

October 9, 2012   |   0 comments
re:CONNECT Design Competition Poster re:CONNECT design competition – vote for your favourite idea

We’ve been excited to follow the progress of the City of Vancouver’s re:CONNECT ideas competition. The future of the Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts has been a hot topic for the last year or so, and even surfaced a few times... Continue reading »

November 21, 2011   |   0 comments