Community Area Structure Plans

A Community Area Structure Plan (CASP) is a statutory policy document that Council adopts to provide direction on the future land use, transportation network, infrastructure and servicing concepts for a designated plan area. 

The principles and objectives established in each CASP guide growth of future neighbourhoods by setting out general locations for major land uses (i.e. residential, commercial, industrial, schools and parks), major roadways, utility servicing, trail systems and potential population density.

A CASP is required to follow policy direction outlined in the Airdrie City Plan and the AirdrieONE Sustainability Plan.

The City of Airdrie requires an CASP to be adopted by Council prior to the adoption of a Neighbourhood Structure Plan (NSP), land use designation or subdivision approval in newly developing areas.


Non-CASP Areas


Other Planning Hierarchy


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