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  • Adding Value to Crown Land: the Collaborative Approach

    Robin Levesque, R.I.(B.C.)Regional Manager, Southern Interior RegionDevelopment & Marketing

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    GoalThe goal of this presentation is to educate land-based professionals about what LWBC is and what it does. Specifically, I want to educate these professionals on the process of making Crown land available for economic development opportunities and the benefits of the collaborative approach to planning. The presentation will conclude with an oral presentation on strategic partnerships. This will be the call to action part of the presentation.

  • Who we are;and what we do.

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    Land and Water British Columbia Inc. (LWBC) is responsible, on behalf of the public, for optimizing two of our most valuable provincial assets: Crown land and water. These assets account for 94 percent of the total land base in BC and all of the surface fresh water resources. This mandate represents significant opportunities to contribute to the economic, social and cultural well being of British Columbians.LWBC is incorporated under the Company Act of British Columbia. The Shareholder is the Province of British Columbia with the Minister of Sustainable Resource Management holding the sole issued share on behalf of the Province. The Minister appoints a Board of Directors, comprising the President and Chief Executive Officer of LWBC and Deputy Ministers from a number of other agencies.As a Crown Corporation, LWBC operates as an agent of government to carry out activities such as the issuance of land tenures, allocation and disposition of surplus Crown land, and administration and licensing of water resources. As part of water management, the Corporation is responsible for regulating approximately 2,700 licensed dams in the province.LWBC is governed by a Delegation Agreement with the Minister of Sustainable Resource Management.

  • Organizational Structure

    LWBC has two operational divisions (Land and Water Management, and Development and Marketing) that are supported by two other divisions: Strategic Initiatives and Corporate Services.

  • LWBC has four regions: Vancouver Island, Lower Mainland, Northern and Southern.

  • Service Plan

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  • LWBC Corporate VisionAct as an advocate for economic development and revenue generationby aggressively pursuing and encouraging investment and optimal use of Crown land and water resources.

  • Adding Value to Crown LandInteragency Consultation & Critical Thinking Collaborative Approach to Planning & Public ConsultationFirst Nations

  • Adding Value to Crown LandThe Four Stages of DevelopmentJoint VenturesConservation DesignEconomic Development

  • Interagency Consultation

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  • Critical ThinkingSituation AppraisalProblem AnalysisDecision AnalysisPotential Problem and Potential Opportunity Analysis

  • Critical Thinking

  • Collaborative PlanningWorking with local governments and communities to identify economic opportunities that satisfy common interests.

  • This map shows all of Development and Marketings major project initiatives in the Southern Interior. All of the major projects taken on in 2003-2004 have included some form of partnership with local governments or associations.

  • Value Driven Public Consultation

  • First Nationsparticipation in planning;consultation and accommodation;conservation design;involvement in archaeological and environmental studies;

  • First Nationsownership of sites;employment and management opportunities;and participation in private partner selection process.

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    Raw Land$ 100,000$ - 0

    Net RevenueCost

    Raw Land$ 100,000$ - 0

    Planning$ 250,000$ 15,000

    Net RevenueCost

    Raw Land$ 100,000$ - 0

    Planning$ 250,000$ 15,000

    Zoning$ 300,000$ 30,000

    Net RevenueCost

    Raw Land$ 100,000$ - 0

    Planning$ 250,000$ 15,000

    Zoning$ 300,000$ 30,000

    Development$ 400,000$ 1,200,000

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    Planning$ 250,000$ 15,000

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    Planning$ 250,000$ 15,000

    Zoning$ 300,000$ 30,000

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    Planning$ 250,000$ 15,000

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    Planning$ 250,000$ 15,000

    Zoning$ 300,000$ 30,000

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    Planning$ 250,000$ 15,000

    Zoning$ 300,000$ 30,000

    Development$ 400,000$ 1,200,000

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    Raw Land$ 100,000$ - 0

    Planning$ 250,000$ 15,000

    Zoning$ 300,000$ 30,000

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    Planning$ 250,000$ 15,000

    Zoning$ 300,000$ 30,000

    Development$ 400,000$ 1,200,000

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  • Joint VenturesWhat are they?How do they work?

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    Raw Land$ 100,000$ - 0

    Planning$ 250,000$ 15,000

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    Raw Land$ 100,000$ - 0

    Planning$ 250,000$ 15,000

    Zoning$ 300,000$ 30,000

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    Raw Land$ 100,000$ - 0

    Planning$ 250,000$ 15,000

    Zoning$ 300,000$ 30,000

    Development$ 500,000$ 1,200,000

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    Sale$ 300,000$ 30,000

    Net RevenueCost

    Sale$ 300,000$ 30,000

    Development$ 400,000$ 1,200,000

    Net RevenueCost

    Sale$ 300,000$ 30,000

    Partner$ 350,000$ 35,000

    Development$ 500,000$ 1,200,000

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