Town of L'Anse au Clair

Labrador, Canada

About the New Town Centre

Concept drawing of the new L'Anse au Clair town centre (Woodford/Sheppard Architecture Ltd).

Two-phase project development

The L'Anse au Clair town council has a two-phase plan for replacing the town centre that was destroyed by fire in 2016, and also its dilapidated fire hall.

Phase I will see construction of a new town centre. Funding for this phase of work is now in place. The provincial government will contribute over $1 million, and the town about $720,000 -- including some $520,000 from insurance.

The new town centre will house the town office and council chambers and also include a large community room, family resource room, warming kitchen, washrooms and storage/work rooms. For details see the new town centre floor plan (PDF).

Concept drawing - new fire hall attached to the town centre (the light blue colour in this early drawing is changed to grey). (larger version)

Phase II will hopefully see the town's current fire hall replaced. Funding for this phase of work will be sought in the future.

The plan is to construct the new fire hall as an extension of the new town centre.