Harbour Islands Visitor Experience Strategy

Develop Nova Scotia is leading the development of the Visitor Experience Strategy for the Halifax Harbour Islands.

Peggys Cove Master Plan

Develop Nova Scotia, together with a planning consultant, is in the process of developing a Comprehensive Master Plan in consultation with area residents and community stakeholders. Consultation was held in February and March of 2019, with a draft plan now underway.

Internet for Nova Scotia Initiative

Connectivity and accessibility—including Internet connectivity—are important factors in building places where businesses and people flourish. That’s why Develop Nova Scotia is designing and managing the implementation strategy for the Internet for Nova Scotia Initiative in connection with the Nova Scotia Internet Funding Trust.

Big Boat Shed

As one of the anchor points for the Lunenburg waterfront, the Big Boat Shed stands as the focal point and first big move of redevelopment of the shipyard precinct. The building requires structural and functional improvements to allow it to continue as a place of wooden boat construction and repair as well as to open these activities up as part of the waterfront visitor experience.

Peggys Cove Master Plan

Waterview of Lunenburg

Lunenburg Waterfront Master Plan

Harbour Islands Visitor Experience Strategy

Dartmouth Cove

Dartmouth Cove Master Plan

Queen’s Marque

Cunard Outdoor design

Cunard

Zwicker Wharf

Internet for Nova Scotia Initiative

Cogswell

Boardwalk North

Big Boat Shed

Arts District

COVE

COVE

Salt Yard

Salt Yard

Bedford Waterfront Lands

Telford Bridge

Dartmouth Harbourwalk

Project design for Sands at Salter

Sands at Salter

Sackville Landing

Nathan Green Square

Nathan Green Square

NEWS

Arts District Design Competition

June 2020 Update — Phase one of the international Design Competition for the new Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and vibrant Public Space is now complete. In early July phase two of the competition will commence, when three successful teams…

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New Home for the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia will move to a new, modern space on Halifax’s waterfront. The move, announced April 18, will enhance the province’s position as a leader in the visual arts, inviting the world to celebrate our culture.

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