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  • Easements

    The limits of 3 Party Easement (3PE) (Property rights between private owners) & Restrictive Covenant (RC) (Limiting property rights or uses), and other encumbrances...
  • Buildings

    Contains the footprint of local buildings and facilities, private and public, throughout Surrey. View in COSMOS
  • Available Farmland in the Agricultural Land Reserve

    In 1973, the Provincial government established the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR) to protect quality farmland. Although land in the ALR is protected, non-farming uses, such...
  • Industrial Land Base

    As land value increase over time, areas zoned for industrial use face pressure from commercial and residential development. Many businesses, such as warehousing and water-borne...
  • Density on Transit Corridors

    Locating residential and commercial developments adjacent to transit corridors helps to increase transit ridership and support better transit service. Transit-oriented...
  • Proximity of Homes to Amenities

    The degree to which residential units are in proximity to amenities is a measure of how liveable Surrey's neighbourhoods are. All households need access to amenities such as...
  • Property Detail Listing

    This table includes a non-spatial listing of every property in the City. Details include address, PID, Folio, Plan number and description, zoning information and assessment...
  • Age of Buildings

    The age of buildings is an approximate estimate of building quality. While older developments facilitate mixed uses and are important pieces of local history, they also tend to...
  • C.P.T.E.D. Certified Development

    Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (C.P.T.E.D.) is a set of strategies that can pro-actively deter crime. It emphasises the use of design features to decrease the...
  • City Funding for Beautification Projects

    Civic beautification involves the creation and maintenance of landscaping, gardening, and public art features by the City and its residents. It contributes to liveability,...
  • Multi-Family Housing

    Multi-family housing is a type of housing where several residential units are located in one building. The most common form of multi-family housing is the apartment building....
  • Town Centre Land Use Plans

    Town Centres define Surrey's Municipal Town Centres as defined by Metro Vancouver's 'Livable Region Strategic Plan'. These plans contain policy that define more specific land...
  • Road ROW Requirements Downtown

    Indicates the minimum 24 m wide road allowance requirement for future road widening purposes along all Roads within the core City Centre area.
  • Road ROW Requirements

    This dataset contains different types of roads within the City of Surrey that have various right-of-way requirements. The road types include existing arterials and collectors...
  • Neighbourhood Concept Plans

    Land Use Designations by neighbourhood for particular types of land uses as defined by Surrey's Neighbourhood Community Plans.
  • Local Area Plans

    Local Area Plans are older plans that may be replaced by newer NCP areas where there is overlap. These plans contain policy that define more specific land uses than defined by...
  • Fleetwood Town Centre Land Use Plan

    Fleetwood is one of five areas that are specifically planned and designated as a Town Centre in the Official Community Plan.
  • Biodiversity Conservation Strategy

    The Biodiversity Conservation Strategy (BCS), adopted in 2014 as part of Corporate Report R141, recognizes Surrey’s biodiversity as a key foundation of a healthy, livable and...