|• Administrative body||Edmonton City Council|
|• Councillor||Bryan Anderson|
|Elevation||691 m (2,267 ft)|
Keswick is a neighbourhood in southwest Edmonton, Alberta, Canada that was established in 2010 through the adoption of the Keswick Neighbourhood Structure Plan (NSP). It is a planned neighborhood, which is a joint venture between MLC Group and Cameron Communities. The neighborhood was inspired by the Lake District in England and features parks, constructed wetlands and expansive walking trails.
It is bounded by the North Saskatchewan River to the west, the future realignment of Ellerslie Road SW to the north, 170 Street SW to the east, and the future 25 Avenue SW to the south. The Windermere neighbourhood is located to the north, while future Windermere Neighbourhood 4 and Neaighbourhood 5 are located to the east and south respectively.
||River Valley Windermere||Windermere||Ambleside|
|Rural West||Glenridding Heights|
|Rural West||Windermere Neighbourhood 5||Glenridding Ravine|
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