Laasner Architects invites you to participate in the:
CONCEPT MASTER PLAN DEVELOPMENT for COCKSCOMB BASIN WILDLIFE SANCTUARY & JAGUAR PRESERVE
In July 2017, a contract was signed between BAS and Laasner Architects, to conduct the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary & Jaguar Preserve (CBWS) Concept Master Plan. CBWS is a unique sanctuary in southern Belize; and its history reflects the culmination of many years of dedicated work and perseverance by committed individuals, national and international organizations.
This questionnaire is a great opportunity for you to communicate your vision for CBWS. For this reason, throughout the next few weeks we would like to get your feedback. This will help our team of planners and architects to better capture and process the various aspirations, interests, wishes and proposals of the stakeholders.
Over the next 10-15 years, the Concept Master Plan will serve as a planning tool that will help to direct growth and investment at CBWS. The purpose of the Concept Master Plan is to ensure that planned developments foster the mandate upon which the CBWS was founded: education and research, cultural and recreational opportunities as well as conservation of the environment.
Furthermore, it will provide guidance about the quality of future developments and ensure that planned activities will encourage sustainable development characterized by green design and building codes; and environmentally-friendly technologies. Additionally, the Concept Master Plan will also determine appropriate land uses providing a spatial layout that optimizes highest and best use of land on the site. The plan will detail physical components for the welcome area such as buildings, landscape features, roads, paths and parking. It also will assign areas or places reserved for open space and ecological protection.
Your participation in the survey is, of course, voluntary, . Nevertheless, we are looking forward to your response in order to obtain a meaningful result.
Thank you very much for your assistance.
Architect HTL /CORP.M./APAB
(c) APM 2005
Designed by: Linda L. Schütze (2005)
Updated by: SCHUETZE GROUP LLC
Last Update: 8 July, 2017