It is not just the construction of new homes that has a long-term impact on the economy of the city.
The city’s new land use laws and planning rules, and the city’s development plan, are changing how the city looks at what’s left over for its inhabitants.
The city is preparing to introduce a new plan for its residential development, as well as the long-awaited urban renewal plan, which will be unveiled next month.
In the first two months of this year, the city released a masterplan for residential development that laid out a series of new policies and measures aimed at boosting residential density and creating more affordable housing.
As part of that plan, the government has launched a new citywide residential planning process that has been going on for two years.
Some of the changes announced by the city last month will affect existing residential development in different parts of the metropolitan area, including in the city of Richmond.
Rising home prices in the region have already led to significant changes in the design of the area around Richmond, including the new housing development on Richmond Hill.
The city will also be moving its current residential zoning rules to a new system, called “smart zoning”, that will allow developers to make housing in their new developments more attractive to renters.
Smart zoning is a system that will also allow the city to create new housing with a more “transparent” design, allowing residents to more easily identify where their homes are.
But the city will be looking at changing its zoning rules for residential developments in residential areas of the downtown area, where the density of the development is higher.
The new zoning rules, which are set to take effect in 2021, will be much more lenient on residential development than the city was under the current zoning system.
This will mean developers will not have to build any more than five new homes in a residential development to qualify for the new zoning.
There will be a greater emphasis on creating smaller homes in these areas, as the city aims to reduce the number of units of a given size in residential development.
The plans also call for a re-think of some of the zoning rules in the area surrounding the Richmond Hill shopping centre, including a greater focus on the use of public space.
That includes a proposal to allow the use, and even the construction, of public spaces in residential zones, as long as the areas surrounding the shopping centre are maintained to be “green”.
The government will also want to see more use of parks and green spaces, which has led to criticism from residents of the community.
“The city’s green spaces will be protected in all zones of the new Richmond Hill zone,” the government’s plan states.
“All new development in the zone will be in accordance with the City of Richmond’s green zones.”
This means the public spaces, parks, gardens and green areas will be available for all users, including pedestrians, cyclists and cyclists with disabilities, and seniors and people with mobility issues.
“The new Richmond Hills masterplan also includes a number of measures to encourage more affordable homes in the downtown areas.
According to the city, the new residential zones will be “designed for the people who live and work downtown”.
According the city and developer, the development of new high-density housing in the residential zones “will contribute to a more resilient, resilient city” and “a more vibrant and diverse Richmond”.
As well as creating more housing for those living in the central business district, the plans also includes plans to allow a greater number of businesses to open up in the new developments.”
In addition to creating more low- and middle-income homes, the Richmond Business District will be home to more than 50 new commercial buildings that will add thousands of new jobs and generate new revenue for the City and the City’s government partners,” the city said.
While the plans do not outline how the residential development plan will be implemented, the idea of a residential masterplan has been floated by city planners in recent years.
In 2015, the council proposed a residential plan that would have included a more specific plan for the area.
The plan, however, was rejected by the Planning Committee.
After the planning committee’s decision, Richmond Mayor Linda McKernan said the city would look to explore other options.”
It is important to remember that Richmond is a vibrant and inclusive city and we will continue to look at our strategic plan and other options in order to meet the needs of our residents,” she said.