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  1. Library / Recreation Centre NebojsaStulic Ricardo Sanchez Angela Zhao Grayson Lewis

  2. Table of Contents • Definitions • Flow-chart • Constraints Lake Simcoe Watercourse Wetland Parks/Recreation Land use Slope restriction Airports/Airfields Highways Town CBDs • Desirable Features • Conclusion

  3. Definition • Library: “a building or room that has a supply of books or similar materials available for use by a number of people; a collection of books, records, videotapes, etc.”① • Recreation Centre: “a place where people from the same area can go for social events, classes, sports and games.”② ① Spears, Richard A. (2001). NTC’s pocket dictionary of words and phrases. McGraw-Hill. P327. ②Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press. (2003). Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, 4th. Pearson Education Limited,

  4. Constraints

  5. York Region Boundary

  6. Lake Simcoe Minimum – No buffer Maximum – No buffer

  7. Watercourse Minimum – No buffer Maximum – No buffer

  8. Wetlands Minimum - >120m Maximum - >220m

  9. Parks and Recreational Areas Golf, Campgrounds, Cemeteries and Fairgrounds Minimum – No buffer Maximum – No buffer

  10. Land Uses (Commercial, Government and Institutional Resource and Industrial) Minimum –No buffer Maximum – 500m buffer

  11. Slope Restriction Minimum - ≤ 15% (8.53 degrees) Maximum - ≤ 3.5% (2.00 degrees)

  12. Airports / Airfields Minimum – 3km (0.5+2.5) Maximum – 5km (2.5+2.5)

  13. Highways Minimum - 1km Maximum – 2km

  14. Town CBD (Municipal Offices) Minimum – 5km (2.5+2.5) Maximum – 7.5km (5+2.5)

  15. Desirable Features

  16. Minimum Constraints • Parks and Recreation (DMTIlur) • Residential areas (DMTIlur) • Park or Sports Field (DMTIprr) • Schools • Well-placed near schools and residential areas • Scenery of parks contributes to inviting atmosphere – also implies placement near watercourses and other natural features (given the constraints listed above)

  17. Maximum Constraints • Restricted to small areas in very south or very north of York region • Placement in the south is ideal due to higher concentration of desirable features

  18. Conclusions • Maximum constraints leave very few suitable areas, even more so considering desirable features • Aside from pre-existing libraries and recreation centres, placement in or near neighbourhoods of southern York Region may be more suitable than the north