File F21 - 1120 Brunette Avenue (Primary)

1120 Brunette Avenue

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1120 Brunette Avenue (Primary)

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  • 1986 (Creation)
    Foundation Group Designs Ltd.

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4 mm of textual records
1 photograph : b&w ; 7 x 10 cm

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([ca. 1986])

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Valda Vidners and Don Luxton of Foundation Group Designs Ltd. surveyed a selection of properties in the Maillardville and Fraser Mills areas on October 5, 1986. The surveyed properties were included in a combined document entitled "Heritage Maillardville: Building Inventory." The inventory was "intended to provide a starting point for the planning and implementation of future heritage policies in the Maillardville and Fraser Mills area."

The study divided the properties into the following categories: Primary, Secondary, and Support. "Criteria focussed on the architectural, historical and contextual significance of each structure. Buildings in the primary category were generally deemed to have merit in all three criteria, while secondary buildings were deemed to be strong in two of the criteria. Support buildings were either of architectural, historical or contextual merit."

"Architectural: means that the building is of interest due to style, materials, structure, detailing, design or architect."

"Historical: means that there are events, trends or people of civic, provincial or national interest associated with the building."

"Contextual: means that the building exists in conjunction with other historic resources or settings."

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The file includes a photograph of the property and the heritage assessment, which provides identification, usage, and research information as well as general comments. The file also includes correspondence regarding signage and electrical upgrades, as well as a copy of the Municipal Heritage Site Registry Designation Form; a copy Bylaw 2062, 1989 designating the heritage site; a Landscape Inventory form; a copy of a land titles map; a photocopy of a historic photograph of the property; site development plan transparencies; six colour photographs of the renovated site; plans for the proposed heritage square sign standard; and a copy of the Statement of Significance that was prepared in 2007.

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