Did you consider things like existing road conditions and future traffic in your analysis?

Yes, the Suitability Analysis considered existing conditions, future service provision, and impacts to current residents among many other criteria. Service providers (e.g., water, wastewater, transportation, transit, stormwater, fire and emergency services) provided a high-level assessment of the cost and difficulty of bringing existing infrastructure, like roads, to urban standards. This is detailed in the Public Facilities and Serviceability report. Serviceability was evaluated along with the rest of the suitability criteria in each subarea analysis.

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1. How was the Urban Reserves Study Area determined?
2. What is the Land Supply Model?
3. What types of land are considered ‘protected’ and ‘committed’?
4. If land is categorized as ‘protected,’ does that mean it is protected from future development?
5. What do the priority categories in the Study Area mean?
6. Did you consider things like existing road conditions and future traffic in your analysis?
7. What else was considered in the suitability analysis?
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