Preserve a viable and biologically diverse ecological
corridor around the Rivière à l’Orme and ensure the integrity
of its watershed.
Create a recreational corridor from Beaurepaire commuter
train station to the Cap-Saint-Jacques nature park and the Bois-de-la-Roche
agricultural park passing through Angell Woods and the L’Anse-à-l’Orme
Maintain the current limits of the agricultural zone and
open the Bois-de-la-Roche Agricultural Park to the public.
Support the construction of residential, industrial and
commercial projects that optimize land use, incorporate mixed uses and have
adequate lot coverage.
Consolidate the employment areas along highways 20
and 40 and Sainte-Marie, by attracting high-tech firms.
Favour transit-oriented residential and economic development
in the vicinity of the Baie-d’Urfé and Beaurepaire commuter
Determine and implement innovative planning, design and
architectural standards to enhance the site’s natural environments
and character: integrate existing large green spaces, limit tree-cutting
and paved surfaces, install retention basins, favour the use of environmentally-friendly
materials and maximize sunlight through appropriate street patterns and building
Improve the accessibility of commuter
train stations, particularly by extending Pierrefonds to Morgan and by
designing a new urban roadway in the Autoroute 440 right-of-way.
Integrate facilities for public transportation users,
pedestrians and cyclists when building new road links.