Planning Documents

Final Recommended Land Use Plan:

The Peel Watershed Planning Commission is pleased to release its Final Recommended Land Use Plan. Follow the link below to all related documents.

Final Recommended Land Use Plan Related Documents
Recommended Land Use Plan:

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Recommended Land Use Plan Related Documents
Draft Land Use Plan:

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Draft Land Use Plan Related Documents
Scenario Options documents:

Scenario Options Questionnaire
2009-02-12
Prepared by Peel Watershed Planning Commission
Scenarios_questionnaire.pdf 0.1Mb
Please tell us what you think about our three scenarios by filling out and sending (email, mail, or hand delivery) this questionnaire. We accept all input, so don't feel restricted to using just the questionnaire. We look forward to hearing/reading your thoughts!
Scenario Options Report - Revised Appendix C
2009-03-03
Prepared by Peel Watershed Planning Commission
PWPC_SOR_revised_appC.pdf 1000 kb
This table updates the Appendix C of the Scenario Options Report: it compares Scenarios 1, 2, and 3.
Scenario Options Report - Brochure Insert (Scenario 3)
2009-02-10
Prepared by Peel Watershed Planning Commission
PWPC_scenario3_brochure_insert.pdf 1.2Mb
This insert briefly describes a new scenario that is being developed in response to recent stakeholder and public input.
Scenario Options Report - Brochure
2009-01-31
Prepared by Peel Watershed Planning Commission
Scenarios_Brochure.pdf1.5Mb
Scenario Options Report
2009-01-31
Prepared by Peel Watershed Planning Commission
PWPC_Scenario_Options_Report_Jan2009.pdf687kb
The Scenario Options Report describes two alternate land-use scenarios. Feedback on this report will be used to shape the upcoming Draft Plan.

Note: Maps for the document above are posted on our "maps" page.

Errata Notes:
*February 5, 2009: The Scenario Options Report pdf was updated to correct formatting errors
*February 6, 2009: The Scenario Options Report Maps 1-6 pdfs were updated to correct errors in legend labels and format. Note that "First Nation Land" refers to both Yukon First Nation Category A and B rural blocks and Teetl'it Gwich'in fee simple lands within Yukon.
*February 23, 2009: A revised appendix C of the Scenario Options Report was completed to facilitate detailed comparisons by the PWPC of Scenarios 1, 2, and 3. A map of Scenario 3 was also added on the 'maps' page. Given that the objective of enabling Staff, Commission and Stakeholder organizations was achieved according to the stated objectives of the Scenarios Methodology report, the PWPC will not be making any further revisions to the Scenario Options Report concerning the third scenario.

PWPC Scenarios Methods Report - November 2008
2008-11-25
Prepared by Peel Watershed Planning Commission
PWPC_Scenario_Methods_Report_Nov_2008.pdf622kb

Errata Notes:
February 26, 2009: The Scenario Options Methods Report did not include the following table:
PWPC Scenarios Methods Table 2 - November 2008
2008-11-25
Prepared by Peel Watershed Planning Commission
Scenario Methods Report Table 2.pdf314kb
Table 2: Input layers for low-intensity and high-intensity composite maps showing rank values, buffer distance and feature type.


Plan Principles Statement - November 2008
2008-11-25
Prepared by Peel Watershed Planning Commission
PWPC_Plan_Principles,Nov_2008.pdf170kb
Resource Assessment Report
2008-09-30
Prepared by Peel Watershed Planning Commission
PWPC_Resource_Assessment_Report_Sept2008.pdf2.1MB
The Resource Assessment Report represents one of the major products of the regional land use planning process. The chapter themes reflect those that were identified during the Issues and Interests public consultations during the early phase of the planning process. Information in this report will be used to guide upcoming land-use planning decisions by the Commission.
Conservation Priorities Assessment Report
2008-09-30
Prepared by Peel Watershed Planning Commission
PWPC_Conservation_Priorities_Assessment_Report_Sept2008.pdf1.2MB
This report presents the principal results of the Conservation Priorities Assessment for the Peel watershed. Its purpose is to present data and interpretations regarding the distribution of the conservation indicators previously identified in the Conservation Priorities Assessment Criteria and Indicators Report (PWPC 2007).

Note: Maps for the two documents above are posted on our "maps" page.
Conservation Priorities Assessment - Criteria and Indicators Report
2007-03-08
Prepared by Peel Watershed Planning Commission
ConservationCriteria.pdf407kb
Issues & Interests Report - The Commission's Concluding Remarks
2006-11-01
Prepared by Peel Watershed Planning Commission
Final_Issues_Letter.pdf80kb
Issues and Interests Report
December 2005
Prepared by the Peel Watershed Planning Commission
Interests & Issues Report - Final.pdf644Kb
Between May and November 2005, the PWPC held public consultation sessions in Mayo, Dawson City, Old Crow, Fort McPherson and Whitehorse for the purposes of gathering interests and issues related to land use planning in the Peel watershed planning region. Over 30 formal presentations and numerous comments were made to the Commission during these sessions. This report provides the background context to the public consultation sessions, and summarizes and organizes the comments according to common themes.
General Terms of Reference
2004
Prepared by the Yukon Land Use Planning Council
Peel_GTOR_2004.pdf199Kb
The General Terms of Reference for the Peel Watershed Planning Commission is the founding document of the Commission.
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