Your Thoughts on Redevelopment at Tunney's Pasture?
THIS SURVEY
The Wellington Village Community Association (WVCA) created this survey to seek YOUR input about the future redevelopment of Tunney's Pasture. Your responses will help the WVCA--and other local community associations--ensure that our time and efforts reflect the interests and priorities of local residents on this issue.

In the Tunney’s Pasture Master Plan (2014)* “members of the public and local community associations” are listed as “primary stakeholders” and “participants”. However, it has become apparent that this has not been the case for many years. Despite efforts from the WVCA and neighbouring community associations, the Wellington West Business Improvement Area (WWBIA), residents, the public and our city councillor, we have not have not been kept informed or been invited to comment and truly participate in the Federal Government's plans to redevelop Tunney’s Pasture.

While we have received recent notice that an engagement opportunity is forthcoming, we endeavor to maintain the attention of the government and ensure that this happens. Specifically, your responses will inform and support our advocacy for consistent public updates and increased public consultation on the plans for Tunney's and for community priorities to be considered in those plans.

The survey should take 5-10 minutes to complete. The responses you provide will be strictly anonymous, and will be used only to help inform local community associations.

Thank you for contributing YOUR thoughts to this important development project in your community.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION ON TUNNEY'S PASTURE
Tunney’s is a federal government workplace campus that (would usually) accommodate ~10,000 employees. It is a 49-hectare site bounded by the Ottawa River and the Sir John A. MacDonald Parkway to the north, Scott Street and the communities of Wellington Village and Hintonburg to the south, Parkdale Avenue and the community of Laroche Park (Mechanicsville) to the east, and the community of Champlain Park to the west. The site is located in Kitchissippi Ward 15.

The Federal government has outlined that the Tunney’s Pasture Master Plan (2014) will guide the transformation of Tunney’s Pasture from a traditional employment centre to a vibrant, mixed use neighbourhood, founded upon Transit-Oriented Development best practices, progressively integrating with rapidly evolving surrounding neighbourhoods, and providing high quality public realm and amenity for the broader community.
*Master Plan available online: https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/biens-property/pdpt-tpmp/index-eng.html
1a. Do you live within a 15 minute walk of Tunney's Pasture?
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1b. Please provide the first three digits of your postal code.
2. Do you work at, or within a 15 minute walk of Tunney's Pasture? (pre-COVID)
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3. Before receiving this survey, describe your level of awareness of the Tunney’s Pasture Master Plan project.
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4. If the public is given an opportunity to engage in a meeting or feedback session on the plans for Tunney's Pasture would you take part?
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5. The land of Tunney’s Pasture is federal property with the swath nearest the river being NCC land. What level of community involvement (information-sharing, consultation and input) do you feel would be appropriate around such a project?
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6. Do you have an opinion or idea about development at Tunney’s Pasture that you would like to have heard?
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7. Rank the following possible development interests for YOUR community that YOU feel need to be prioritized--either at Tunney’s Pasture or elsewhere within the immediate communities surrounding Tunney's (as outlined in the Introduction). *Please add any additional priorities in the final comments section of this survey.
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High Priority
Medium Priority
Low Priority
Not a Priority
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Low income housing
Accessible parking for connectivity to transit and trail network
Indigenous connections and recognition
Food & grocery availability
Parks, green space and/or sports fields
Preservation of natural lands and systems
Connectivity to the Ottawa River and path network
Indoor sports and recreation facilities
Landmark attractions or entertainment options
8. Add any additional comments, priorities or concerns.
Please provide your email address if you would like to receive follow-up email communication from the Wellington Village Community Association regarding this survey.
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