SARM Head Office Goes To Planning Commission

SARM

Above is the proposed design for the new head office for the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities. It’s a five story building that is to be located at 2074 Rose St. Right now, that’s a surface parking lot. The project goes to the Regina Planning Commission on Wednesday, March 27. You can find more about the proposed project here. It’s the second item on the agenda (RPC 13-21).

It didn’t study the floor plan in detail, so I don’t if each one of the province’s 298 rural municipalities will have their own office space in the building. But if I was a betting man I’d say probably not.

Author: Gregory Beatty

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5 thoughts on “SARM Head Office Goes To Planning Commission”

  1. Are those trees on the inside or outside? Will there be vending machines, and a chill-out room? Can I bring my bike? I need to know more.

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