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Capital Region Planning Board of British Columbia operational files

Series consists of records created as a result of the City of Victoria's participation in the Capital Region Planning Board.

This board was constituted in 1951 under Provincial legislation and served as an advisory board for regional planning until its functions were taken over by the Capital Regional District in the late 1960s.

The records include correspondence, memoranda, and reports pertaining to City planning, historical buildings, transportation, statistics, urban renewal, subdivisions and urban sprawl, street numbers and names, and parks.

Capital Region Planning Board of British Columbia

Councillor Simmons files

Series consists of working files on rehabilitation of downtown buildings created during Eric Simmons' time as councillor for the City of Victoria.

Heritage Advisory Committee records

Series consists of minutes and agendas of this advisory committee of Council.

The Committee's role is to advise Council on those matters coming within the scope of the Heritage Conservation Act (RSBC 1979, c. 165) which are from time to time referred to it by Council, and to make recommendations to Council respecting the designation of heritage buildings, structures and lands, and the preservation, alteration, renovation or demolition of heritage buildings, structures or lands. See bylaw 81-10 and its amendments, 82-4, 83-8, 91-53.

Victoria (B.C.). Heritage Advisory Committee