In 2011 the City of Regina released a concept for the old Taylor Field site that stated:
"We’ll develop a state-of-the-art residential neighbourhood. The design will seamlessly bring a mix of affordable and market-rate housing as well as new rental units within the new neighbourhood. Two, three and four storey townhouses and low-rise apartments could add 700 residential units. A neighbourhood-scale employment district could see over one hundred thousand square feet of commercial space for local business and professional services."
As the City Councillor for Regina's Ward 3 (North Central, Cathedral, Centre Square, and Downtown), I asked residents what they think should be built on on the old Taylor Field site. I conducted the survey as the community representative and not as a member of the Catalyst Committee, which is looking at where large recreation and cultural projects should be situated in our city.