Editor’s Note August 2, 2017: Graham Cooke and Associates to redesign the Campbell River Golf and Country Club
- Graham Cooke and Associates to redesign the Campbell River Golf and Country Club
- New seniors complex, called Coastal Winds moving ahead in Powell River
- New roofing tender for City of Courtenay buildings
Graham Cooke and Associates to redesign the Campbell River Golf and Country Club
The new owners of the Campbell River Golf and Country Club, formerly Sequoia Springs, are focusing on what they are calling The Grand Plan 2018. The course redesign is underway and is being undertaken by one of Canada’s leading golf course design firms, Graham Cooke and Associates. A new clubhouse and pro shop are planned as well as a new driving range, practice facilities and additional renovations. Staff are available in the pro shop to discuss the proposed changes and to receive feedback from the public.
New seniors complex, called Coastal Winds moving ahead in Powell River
Powell River city council approved a development permit for a senior’s housing project known as Coastal Winds in April. Project partners Inclusion Powell River and Golden Life Management expect to begin construction on 75-unit seniors housing project next to Powell River General Hospital in September. The project is being built on a 3.5-acre parcel located on Joyce Avenue between Evangel Church and the pole line. The rezoning application requested a change from R-1 to Comprehensive Development Zone, allowing for a mixed-use facility which will include businesses on the main level and living units on the upper levels.
New roofing tender for City of Courtenay buildings
The City of Courtenay invites qualified roofing contractors to supply qualifications for the provision of roofing services for the City’s Lewis Centre, City Hall and Museum. This tender closes August 8th.
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