The Cultural Hertitage Landscape for Colonical Acres was approved at Council on Monday September 23, 2019.
Cultural Heritage Landscapes are defined in the Provincial Policy Statement (2014), as a planning document that provides policy direction on matters of Provincial interest related to land use planning and development. It describes a Cultural Heritage Landscape as “a defined geographical area that may have been modified by human activity and is identified as having cultural heritage value or interest by a community, including an Aboriginal community. The area may involve features such as structures, spaces, archaeological sites or natural elements that are valued together for their interrelationship, meaning or association.”
The entire report is located at: https://www.waterloo.ca/en/government/studies.aspx#Cultural-Heritage-Landscapes-Study