Campbell Heights East is a Neighbourhood Plan that integrates its natural and built environments. The Plan creates an integrated network of parks, natural systems and infrastructure. It is a sustainable natural environment that provides access to a variety of visitor experiences and partnerships using a network of linked open spaces and water causeways. As part of the Green Infrastructure Network, this Neighborhood Plan considers four important elements of Surrey’s landscape: hubs (large areas of complex ecological processes); sites (smaller sites of less complex ecological activity); corridors (pathways that offer species and ecological processes connection between hubs); and The Matrix (the rest of the land base with varying ecological value). Campbell Heights East ensures commitment to a balance between open space preservation and low impact development. The development concept for Campbell Heights East was successfully presented to Surrey’s mayor in the spring of 2014.