Land Use and Development Scheme - Economy

Land Use and Development Scheme - Economy The consolidation and development of the Trade Points indicated in Map 4 — Mergers of commercial establishments, as well as the commercial activity of streets, axes and shopping centres should be given priority. In addition, the economic clusters represented on __Map 8 — Economic clusters of the Montreal agglomeration__ are a special feature of the Montreal region. These clusters have large employment pools and offer potential for growth and wealth creation. The data available in this set come from sections 2.1 and 2.2 of the Land Use and Development Plan for the Agglomeration of Montreal. This Land Use and Development Plan for the Agglomeration of Montreal outlines the major parameters that will guide the Montreal Agglomeration Council in decisions relating to land use planning in the coming years. With a view to sustainable development, this document guides the decisions that shape the territory in order to promote compact and greener neighbourhoods, increase travel by public and active transport, support the economic dynamism of the agglomeration and enhance the territories of interest.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).** 2022-05-18 Government and Municipalities of Québec donneesouvertes@montreal.ca Form DescriptorsNature and EnvironmentScience and Technology Shopping mallsGEOJSON https://data.montreal.ca/dataset/f23eda72-c14a-4396-be1e-450396daa975/resource/f0362c3b-021d-4d8e-b7d3-1ccad922d2c1/download/centrecommercial.json Trade PointsGEOJSON https://data.montreal.ca/dataset/f23eda72-c14a-4396-be1e-450396daa975/resource/f169c6e6-4a83-44d1-abd5-f95a23056667/download/polecommercial.json Economic hubsGEOJSON https://data.montreal.ca/dataset/f23eda72-c14a-4396-be1e-450396daa975/resource/aa403e4b-c1bb-46c5-9793-be1c0c6c6e30/download/poleemploi.json Original metadata (https://www.donneesquebec.ca)HTML https://www.donneesquebec.ca/recherche/fr/dataset/f23eda72-c14a-4396-be1e-450396daa975 Shopping mallsSHP https://data.montreal.ca/dataset/f23eda72-c14a-4396-be1e-450396daa975/resource/59ab6711-1329-4686-a3d4-ae8ffa539d9d/download/centrecommercial.zip Trade PointsSHP https://data.montreal.ca/dataset/f23eda72-c14a-4396-be1e-450396daa975/resource/67cb30dc-1f8c-4f80-83f5-8238367234d5/download/polecommercial.zip Economic hubsSHP https://data.montreal.ca/dataset/f23eda72-c14a-4396-be1e-450396daa975/resource/0c571f66-4f79-4a36-a5da-2cc69abf0207/download/poleemploi.zip

The consolidation and development of the Trade Points indicated in Map 4 — Mergers of commercial establishments, as well as the commercial activity of streets, axes and shopping centres should be given priority. In addition, the economic clusters represented on Map 8 — Economic clusters of the Montreal agglomeration are a special feature of the Montreal region. These clusters have large employment pools and offer potential for growth and wealth creation. The data available in this set come from sections 2.1 and 2.2 of the Land Use and Development Plan for the Agglomeration of Montreal. This Land Use and Development Plan for the Agglomeration of Montreal outlines the major parameters that will guide the Montreal Agglomeration Council in decisions relating to land use planning in the coming years. With a view to sustainable development, this document guides the decisions that shape the territory in order to promote compact and greener neighbourhoods, increase travel by public and active transport, support the economic dynamism of the agglomeration and enhance the territories of interest.This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).

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