24 Nov RECENT PROJECT UPDATES
We would like to also communicate a number of updates on the project since our last posting.
United Active Living will commence construction on the seniors housing at the same time as Bingham’s phase one retail. For further information please contact Gail Hinchliffe at (403) 249-5505.
The agreement between Bingham Crossing and our regional water provider has not changed since our last update. Water allocation has been approved by both the Utility (CalAlta) and Alberta Environment, and construction of our water treatment plant is now complete. The plant will be operational very soon. Clean drinking water will be provided to the Bingham community as a result of this new facility.
As previously reported, an application for the wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal facility was submitted to Alberta Environment. We have satisfactorily addressed all Statements of Concern that arose as a result of this application. As part of this process we were asked, and have completed, mitigating the potential for off-site flooding issues. The province has now signed off on this initiative.
The internal road network design at Bingham Crossing is currently being reviewed by Rocky View County and is expected to be finalized very soon. Specific road standards and widths along with parking standards are being confirmed through this process.
Alberta Transportation has reviewed and conditionally accepted the off-site road network improvement concept that Bingham Crossing will be responsible for constructing as detailed in the Master Site Development Plan. Detailed engineering work is currently being completed to support the concept.
We continue to meet regularly with the Community Working Group who provides strategic advice for Bingham Crossing – specifically regarding architectural details and types of uses. We look forward to continued discussions with community members to ensure that Bingham Crossing offers the highest quality of services and amenity for the community.
We continue to welcome questions and comments from the community, and as always, remain available through email, phone, or one on one.