The Philco Farms team, Town of Cochrane, other south Cochrane developers and Green Drop have been working to resolve short and long term transportation network solutions for lands south of the Bow River. Once resolution of these issues is reached subject to the satisfaction of Town Council, next steps in the planning process for Southbow … Read More
Following internal and external circulation and review processes and public open house, the proposed Southbow Landing Neighbourhood Plan is approved by resolution of Council on October 26, 2015.
Following an appeal of the haul road development permit in 2013, construction of the temporary haul road from the Green Drop gravel pit across the Philco Farms lands got underway and was completed in August of 2014, removing gravel pit traffic from River Heights Drive. See Cochrane Times article
The proposed Southbow Landing Neighbourhood Plan and supporting technical documents are submitted to the Town of Cochrane for consideration.
The Philco Farms’ team holds an all-day workshop with Cochrane citizens, business people, the Town of Cochrane and other area stakeholders to initiate the planning and design process for Southbow Landing. This process results in a framework plan that will guide the development of a more detailed master plan for Southbow Landing over the following … Read More
Philco Farms, the Town of Cochrane, Green Drop and south Cochrane area developers work collectively to resolve community concerns around gravel trucks using River Heights Drive to access Highway 22 from the Green Drop gravel pit. Philco Farms agrees to allow Green Drop to temporarily locate a haul road across their property so that trucks … Read More
Cochrane Town Council adopts the River Heights Area Structure Plan, which includes the Philco Farms lands that would become Southbow Landing.
Philco Farms and Town of Cochrane structure and finalize a permanent road allowance location for the first segments of James Walker Trail and River Heights Drive, needed to provide new access to existing properties and future development on lands east of Highway 22. The new James Walker Trail access at Highway 22 was required to … Read More