Calgary Inner City Builders Association

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Planning for Calgary’s future

The Municipal Development Plan (MDP) and Calgary Transportation Plan (CTP) are The City’s long-range land use and transportation plans that look 60 years into the future. The Plans help shape how the communities we live and work in grow, develop and evolve over time.

Calgary Real Estate & Development Services

For expert lease, sales and development services look to The City of Calgary. We’re The City’s realtor and we’re here to give you the buying experience you deserve.

Constellation 2024 – The latest project in the city of Calgary’s Industrial Land Development Program

Constellation offers efficient transportation and unparalleled connectivity with easy access to Canada’s major highways via 52 Street, Peigan Trail SE, Glenmore Trail SE, and Stoney Trail SE.

Property Tax

Property tax is calculated and billed annually using the pr​operty’s assessed value, as found on your property assessment notice, and the Council-approve​d property tax rate.

Housing in Calgary

Great cities are places where everyone can afford to live and work. Housing and housing affordability are foundational to position our communities as inclusive and vibrant, placing Calgary on the map as one of the most livable cities in the world.

Introducing prompt payment for construction industry

Bill 37 would protect jobs in the construction industry by ensuring contractors and subcontractors are paid on time.

Bill 48: Saving job creators time and money

Common-sense changes to legislation will cut red tape by making it easier for businesses to operate – saving job creators time and money.

City of Calgary

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Alberta Government New Home Warranty Overview

Find out what homes must be covered by new home warranty and the minimum protection required.

Construction Performance Guide

Buying or building a new home represents a significant financial investment. Consumers should be able
to make that investment with confidence that their home will be free of unforeseen expenses to repair
defects once they have moved in.