City of Vancouver's Sustainability Plans for the South East False Creek

A series of studies, reports and documents outlining the sustainable development of SouthEast False Creek in Vancouver, BC a sustainable community. Based on a 1991 City Council challenge to create a community that is sustainable: “on the south shore of false creek, develop a neighbourhood that is the model of sustainability, incorporating: forward-thinking infrastructure; strategic energy reduction; high-performance buildings; and high transit access”.

You will find documents that outline the results of their efforts thus far. On this page: you will find:

Council Policy

  • Southeast False Creek Policy Statement
  • Official Development Plan (ODP)
  • Public Realm Plan
  • Southeast False Creek Green Building Strategy
ODP Background Reports
  • Urban Agriculture Strategy
  • Energy Options Study
  • Water & Waste Management Plan
  • Transportation Study
  • Merge Consultancy Report
  • LEEDT Audit Report
  • Choices & Directions for the Planning of SEFC
  • Private Lands Design Guidelines
Heritage Documents
  • Heritage in SEFC
  • The Historic Character of the Private Lands
Documents and Reports
  • Design for Inclusion Toolkit
  • Neighbourhood Energy Utility
  • Designing Urban Agriculture Opportunities
  • Southeast False Creek Art Master Plan


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