Public Open House Proposed Development of 1365 Burnaby Street -Pre-Development Permit application Open House -New Construction of a 21 Unit Rental Aartment -6 Storeys within conditional parameters of RM-5A Zoning Bylaw Date: Thursday, March 7, 2013 Time: 4 pm-8pm Place: Sandman Suites Hotel 1160 Davie St reet 2nd Floor Meeting Room For futher information, please [...]
Vancouver City Council today approved the rezoning of 1600 Beach Avenue with a stipulation that the starting rents be regulated by contract in a “Housing agreement” between the city and the owner of building. Cl. Stevenson moved the motion from the staff report recommending that Council approved the rezoning and seemed to take the point [...]
The rezoning decision of Beach Towers is before Vancouver City Council on Tuesday February 26. Beach Towers are four rental apartment buildings on a whole city block in the West End with 3 towers on Beach Avenue and one on Harwood Street. There are 601 rental units in the complex and that represents about 3% [...]
From the West End Planning team: Upcoming Event Affordable housing and homelessness are important issues in the West End. As part of the West End community planning process, this session will be an opportunity to find out what we’ve heard about housing so far (from both the community and the area housing providers), and to [...]
Municipal governments receive 8 cents out of every tax dollar that Canadians pay. Being at the bottom of the funding pile severely limits cities’ ability to solve problems unilaterally without the support and cooperation of other levels of government, NGOs, business and residents. This is not to say that cities should not being doing more, [...]
From David Chudnovsky The last remaining residents of Little Mountain Social Housing, threatened with eviction at the end of the month, have won a small victory in the appeal of their eviction at the Residential Tenancy Board. They have been granted an “in person” hearing. The RTB scheduled a conference-call hearing, but the tenants argued [...]
Facebook page for the event Photos from last years march Sat. Sep 15 @ 1:30 pm Starts at Cordova and Columbia, just west of Main St. Unceded Coast Salish Territories The event is described on its Facebook Event Page in the following:
The City of Vancouver has received a Development Application from Merrick Architecture to retain, rehabilitate and heritage designate the existing house (Mason Residence), 1862 Barclay St. and to develop an addition of a 6 storey building at the rear of the site, with parking accessed from the lane.