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City of Cambridge Heritage Master Plan

City of Cambridge Heritage Master Plan

The City of Cambridge boasts a history of high quality farmland and industrial activity along its main rivers. The potential that heritage conservation offers for community revitalization and economic development is central to ERA’s work.

In collaboration with BRAY Heritage, Archaeological Services Inc., Maltby & Associates Inc. and the Tourism Company, ERA devised a Heritage Master Plan that helps to identify potential interpretive opportunities for cultural tourism development as well as provide the basis for determining boundaries of potential heritage districts. One of the goals of the Heritage Master Plan was to provide the City with recommendations for new policy text to be included in the review of the City’s Official Plan.

Location
Cambridge, Ontario
Client
City of Cambridge
Consultants
BRAY Heritage, Archaeological Services Inc., Maltby & Associates, Tourism Company
Date
2005-2008
Expertise
/
Sector

Awards

  • Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals: Award in the Heritage Planning Category, 2010

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