CONSERVATION DESIGN PRINCIPLES
The largest Conservation Community in Atlantic Canada, Seven Lakes offers you a place to walk, a place to play and a place for your family to grow; a natural lifestyle that is simply priceless. By embracing the principles of conservation design, we are developing a community not just for today, but for the future.
A conservation community means a low impact development that will:
- Reserve over 60% of the existing habitat and significant natural features for your enjoyment- and for generations to come
- Help protect water sources
- Give homeowners access to surrounding natural landscapes
- Maintain the rural character of the community
At Seven Lakes, we believe that a great Community Master Plan is first and foremost a Conservation Design. Inspired by nature, where people are connected to the earth beneath their feet and to their neighbours on the other side of the hedge.
The community’s design incorporates neighbourhood greens that bring communities together. We are creating footpaths and bikeways that connect communities, and we’ve planned places to play that focus on wholesome activities for children.
We are committed to conserving trees wherever we can, and planting new trees to help make our neighbourhoods richer, greener and stronger.