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Riverview questionnaires due July 31

Public input is currently being sought on the heritage values of Riverview Hospital, which closed this summer. - RIVERVIEW HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Public input is currently being sought on the heritage values of Riverview Hospital, which closed this summer.
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The public input phase of the Riverview Heritage Conservation Plan (HCP) process is coming to an end with the July 31 deadline for online questionnaires.

The plan is being developed in four phases, including a public input phase, the release of a statement of significance, followed by a look at how conservation interventions would affect future changes at Riverview and finally, the development of conservation strategies to preserve the site's heritage values.

Open houses will be scheduled in September, when the HCP study team will present its findings, including a draft plan, for review and comment.

Visit here for more information and to provide input online.

 

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