Proposed Supportive Housing in Inglewood

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Because of public health restrictions, the City cannot host in-person public engagement as we normally would. Instead, we are using Engaged Edmonton to gather community feedback. Click the links below to provide your input by 11:55 PM on September 22, 2020.


Have your say:

  1. Watch the project video below to learn more.
  2. Fill out a survey on the Good Neighbour Plan and building design.
  3. Ask a question about the project in the tool below.



About the Project

The proposed development in Inglewood is a 30 unit, five storey supportive housing development at 12312 112 Avenue. It will provide continuous support for people who have experienced homelessness, combining subsidized housing with on-site health and social services. To learn more, visit our FAQ and read about the experiences of supportive housing residents.

On June 29, 2020, City Council approved the sale of the City-owned land to Homeward Trust for the purpose of building supportive housing. The sale is subject to terms and conditions, including public engagement and rezoning approval.

The City and Homeward Trust are gathering public input on a Good Neighbour Plan and certain built form design elements. The City's Planning Coordination team is also gathering input on the proposed rezoning through a separate engagement process.

We invite community members to provide input through the links above. Your feedback will be captured in a What We Heard Report and posted publicly. Feedback on the rezoning will be summarized for City Council.


Because of public health restrictions, the City cannot host in-person public engagement as we normally would. Instead, we are using Engaged Edmonton to gather community feedback. Click the links below to provide your input by 11:55 PM on September 22, 2020.


Have your say:

  1. Watch the project video below to learn more.
  2. Fill out a survey on the Good Neighbour Plan and building design.
  3. Ask a question about the project in the tool below.



About the Project

The proposed development in Inglewood is a 30 unit, five storey supportive housing development at 12312 112 Avenue. It will provide continuous support for people who have experienced homelessness, combining subsidized housing with on-site health and social services. To learn more, visit our FAQ and read about the experiences of supportive housing residents.

On June 29, 2020, City Council approved the sale of the City-owned land to Homeward Trust for the purpose of building supportive housing. The sale is subject to terms and conditions, including public engagement and rezoning approval.

The City and Homeward Trust are gathering public input on a Good Neighbour Plan and certain built form design elements. The City's Planning Coordination team is also gathering input on the proposed rezoning through a separate engagement process.

We invite community members to provide input through the links above. Your feedback will be captured in a What We Heard Report and posted publicly. Feedback on the rezoning will be summarized for City Council.


Ask a Question About the Project

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    what will the back of the building look like? As that will be my new view. Not happy at all about a huge building towering over my back yard and blocking any sunlight I had.

    CaSM Asked 16 days ago

    The design of the building is not yet final. You can provide your input on the building's look and feel by clicking on the survey link on this page.

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    What is parking going to look like for the residence and workers for this unit?

    CaSM Asked 16 days ago

    Access to the parking area for the proposed supportive housing in Inglewood will be from the laneway off 112 Street. The current concept has 15 stalls, some of which would be underneath the building’s second floor. This concept is subject to change. You can provide your feedback on the building's design through the survey available on this Engaged Edmonton page.