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CONCEPT RENDERING

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INTRODUCTION

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A new Cultural Centre has been proposed for Fort Langley that will include the Township of Langley's community museum, a new Indigenous museum, library, community archives, new gallery spaces for the presentation of art, multi-purpose program spaces for schools and the public, and a small conference amenity with reception space and presentation theatre.

The Langley Centennial Museum is 60 years old and does not meet the current standards for museum operations, including the ability to take care of a significant collection of over 16,500 art works, artifacts, photographs, maps and documents. Studies and reports undertaken between 2001 and 2007 advised that there was a need for a new facility to support the ever-expanding collection, and to allow for the provision of a wider range of programs, services and exhibitions to serve a growing community.

While the Langley Centennial Museum has collaborated with Kwantlen First Nation on temporary exhibitions in past years, the Museum has presented local history from a colonial perspective in its more permanent exhibits on display.

In a 2017 address to Canadian museum professionals, Senator Murray Sinclair, Chief Commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, asked that museums lead the way to reconciliation. He stated that with visitors coming through the doors, museums have a responsibility to tell the truth. An Indigenous Museum as a component of a community Cultural Centre provides local First Nations a much need voice ensuring that an inclusive community history can be achieved.

The Fort Langley Library has reported difficulty in meeting the needs of the public from its confined spaces at the Fort Langley Community Hall. In 2012 a Library Services Master plan was received by Township of Langley Council recommending that where and when possible, libraries should be located with other civic, recreation, and cultural facilities. It also informed that the space in its current location was too small to meet the needs of the growing Fort Langley Community.

to meet the needs of the growing Fort Langley Community. Noel Booth Store Display - Langley

Noel Booth Store Display - Langley Centennial Museum

Noel Booth Store Display - Langley Centennial Museum We Are Kwantlen Exhibit at Langley Centennial Museum

We Are Kwantlen Exhibit at Langley Centennial Museum

Museum We Are Kwantlen Exhibit at Langley Centennial Museum Knitters Group - Fort Langley Library -

Knitters Group - Fort Langley Library - Photo Credit - Michael Thorne

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FUNDING STRATEGY

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The Township of Langley has proposed that funding to build the new Cultural Centre can be achieved by way of the sale and development of properties it owns in Fort Langley, and through the pursuit of infrastructure grants from other levels of Government.

Beginning in the late 1970's the Township of Langley began purchasing all proper es bound by King Street, Royal Street, Mavis Avenue, and Mary Avenue. While there were numerous reports, plans, and studies undertaken before and a er the properties were acquired and various uses proposed for those lands, all recommended that a significant community benefit be achieved.

Two independent pro-formas were undertaken that indicate a Cultural Centre could be built on a portion of those properties and be funded by way of the sale and development of the remaining properties. Both pro- formas required a mixed market housing/retail strategy to attract developer interest in order to secure sufficient dollars, achieving a major community cultural amenity for Township residents.

Kwantlen First Na on and Township of Langley are jointly seeking federal government support for the two museums through the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund and have met with representa ves from Canadian Heritage.

Ÿ Meetings have also been held with MP’s John Aldag, Mark Warara, and Canadian Senator Patricia Bovey in hopes of obtaining their assistance through a direct approach to the Minister of Canadian Heritage - The Honorable Melanie Joly. Senator Bovey is a true arts, culture, and museums advocate having had a long career in the field, prior to her appointment to the Canadian Senate.

Ÿ All funding for the construction of new arts and culture facilities in the Township of Langley can be achieved without impact to local taxpayers.

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1. Four commercial units + six large condos above (ea. w/ roof deck), surface parking.

2. Condos above museums, underground parking, loading from lane (26,000sf museums + 7,500sf hall & offices + 1500sf library). Condo entry off upper plaza.

3. Seven townhouses, underground parking (5 garden suites below).

4. Eight townhouses, underground parking (5 garden suites below).

5. Eight townhouses, surface-entry garages below.

6. Six detached houses, rear garage parking.

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On the present site of the Langley Centennial Museum, located at the corner of King Street and Mavis Avenue it is proposed that a mixed retail/housing project be established.

It is anticipated that this lot use could attract developer interest and provide significant funds towards the building of a Cultural Centre across the street.

A new building on the property could accommodate four commercial units and six large condos with roof top decks above. Sufficient surface parking could also be achieved on this lot.

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It has been proposed that two rows of Townhomes with Garden Suites below be situated on properties running down King Street south of the new Cultural Centre. The styling of these homes would reflect the Fort Langley heritage design guidelines, and be sympathetic to other heritage and heritage style homes found throughout the Village. Each unit would come with two parking spots in an underground parkade ensuring compliance with zoning regulations.

It is anticipated that this proposed property use could attract developer interest and provide significant funds towards the building of a Cultural Centre adjacent to these residential units.

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It has been proposed that a single row of Townhomes be situated on
properties running down Royal Street south of the new Cultural Centre.
The styling of these homes would reflect the Fort Langley
heritage design guidelines, and be sympathetic to the buildings found at
the Fort Langley National Historic Site. Each unit would come with a two
car garage and laneway access ensuring compliance with
zoning regulations.
It is anticipated that this proposed property use could attract developer
interest and provide significant funds towards the building of a
Cultural Centre adjacent these residential units.

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The final two development related pieces of the proposed funding strategy that can provide sufficient dollars to construct a new Cultural Centre for the Township of Langley are:

Ÿ The sale of lots on Mary Avenue for the purpose of building detached homes along the street corridor and;

Ÿ The construction of 2 or 3 condominiums atop the Cultural Centre facility.

Heritage Alteration Permits will be required to help achieve a much needed community amenity in the Township of Langley without a commitment of tax dollars to the initiative. The benefit to the community will be significant.

The benefit to the community will be significant. LOTS ALONG MARY STREET TO BE DESIGNATED FOR

LOTS ALONG MARY STREET TO BE DESIGNATED FOR DETACHED HOMES ONLY

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JACOB HALDI

HOUSE RESTORATION

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From the 1930’s to 2003 several additions were made to the Haldi House that would surround and encapsulate the original heritage building. Additionally, Glover Road elevation changes that were undertaken to allow the construction of a bridge to Brae Island dropped the home from road level view to an obscured line of sight. Outlined in the colour red in the aerial view above is the original house that is shown in the photograph on the right

Rationale for this Initiative:

Ÿ The Fort Langley Community Plan states that historic buildings should be renovated and restored in a manner appropriate to their individual period and style and, whenever possible, original forms, materials and details should be uncovered or left in place and preserved.

Ÿ As the house sits below the flood plain it has been proposed that the Haldi residence be freed from its many aberrations and additions, and moved to a new foundation above the flood plain.

, and moved to a new foundation above the flood plain . A restored Haldi House

A restored Haldi House relocated to a more prominent location and viewpoint along the Riverfront could become a community hub for rowers, paddlers, musicians, writers, artists, hikers, cyclists and others wanting to enjoy the Fraser River and the Fort to Fort trail system

The project proponents for this initiative are Kwantlen First Nation, who have a close connection to the House. A few members of the Kwantlen are descendants of William (Billy) Brown, the house builder.

Plans are to move the house east and near the river’s edge and to re-purpose it for community use. Paddling storage will be created below, a reception / gallery space will be configured for the main floor, and spaces above will be renovated for studio and office use.

This configuration and use of the restored house fits well with the neighbouring affordable artists/athletes work live units and Indigenous themed lodge proposed for the adjacent site. Combining the facilities will serve as an arts, culture and recreation hub in Fort Langley.

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HOUSING INITIATIVES

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Conceptual rendering of Artists / Athletes Work-Live Housing Initiative

In early 2016, Kwantlen First Nation and the Township of Langley began discussions on Truth and Reconciliation, and on the potential for strengthening intergovernmental relations through collaborative community initiatives, projects, and opportunities.

While the Cultural Centre project, inclusive of an Indigenous museum and community museum, was the focal point of those initial meetings, it was the market housing funding strategy supporting the construction of those museums that furthered discussions of alternative housing for Fort Langley.

Kwantlen First Nation, through the Seyem Qwantlen Business Group, has proposed that affordable housing for emerging artists, musicians, writers and athletes be considered for the Riverfront, as a component of the Haldi House restoration and relocation project. The animation of that Riverfront as an arts, culture and recreation hub with artist work-live spaces and other community amenities, was the premise of further meetings and the creation of conceptual architectural renderings and site layouts for the property.

Since the time of initial discussions and development of concepts, staff from Seyem Qwantlen Business Group have met with representatives of BC Housing. It is anticipated that Kwantlen First Nation’s Non-Profit Housing Society will qualify for funding in support of this proposal.

In mid-November 2017, the Seyem Qwantlen Business Group proposed that an Indigenous Arts Theme Lodge be added to their Riverfront concepts for the Township of Langley’s consideration, stating that a non-profit lodge could fund artist/athlete in residence programs.

Both Kwantlen First Nation and the Township of Langley are seeking input from both communities on this proposal.

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CONTEXT PLAN

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Trans Canada/ Fort-to-Fort Trail is rerouted along Mavis Avenue, passing the Langley Centennial Museum and over a new, elevated pedestrian bridge crossing River Road and the rail lines. This connects the museums to the Bedford Channel Waterfront and trails.

Marina Park Trail Upgrades include an accessible waterfront elevated boardwalk to reduce flooding occurrences and provide an improved waterfront experience for the Fort-to-fort and Trans Canada Trail.

Church Street Rail Crossing is closed to eliminate dangerous rail/pedestrian/traffic conflicts.

Haldi House is relocated to the waterfront and historically restored. Upgrades include an underground boat storage facility and interior renova�ons to accommodate main level gallery space and upper level studios.

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Public Plaza Space provides site visitors with a variety of experiences. Areas of the plaza offer views to the rowing course, sea�ng and conversa�on areas, and suitable open space for public events and celebra�ons with Haldi House as the anchor facility for hos�ng such events.

Billy Brown Road Extension. Closing the Church Street crossing requires the provision of an alternate entrance to Marina Park. Extending Billy Brown Road will allow a safer interface between public space and the railway.

Marina Park Boat Launch reconfigured for smaller watercra� only, elimina�ng need for trailer parking and costly access repairs and upgrades.

Cultural Centre

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PEDESTRIAN OVERPASS

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The preliminary construc�on design allows the addi�on of decora�ve public art features during detailed design and construc�on. The bridge will u�lize natural materials and design features that are relevant to the historic use of the site. First Na�ons contribu�ons will be encouraged for inclusion in the final design.

Township of Langley Public Spaces - Parks Design and Development

Staff have proposed that a pedestrian/cycling bridge be built over the CN Rail corridor and River Road to connect the Fort Langley Village and proposed museums to the waterfront trails, crea�ng a safe and accessible crossing.

A First Na�on art mo�f for the bridge has been suggested.

Discussion with community partners will be necessary to achieve this ini�a�ve.

community partners will be necessary to achieve this ini�a�ve. Pedestrian Bridge, Squamish, BC with Raven Mo�f

Pedestrian Bridge, Squamish, BC with Raven Mo�f

community partners will be necessary to achieve this ini�a�ve. Pedestrian Bridge, Squamish, BC with Raven Mo�f

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