Editor’s Note August 23, 2017: VDA Architecture presenting design for West Coast Multiplex project
In This Week’s Issue:
- VDA Architecture presenting design for West Coast Multiplex project
- Village of Cumberland has applied for funding for an Economic Development Strategy
- Proposed seniors’ housing on Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay received third reading
VDA Architecture presenting design for West Coast Multiplex project
VDA Architecture will present two possible design choices for the proposed West Coast Multiplex project the first week of September. The West Coast Multiplex Society and the Alberni- Clayoquot Regional District awarded a tender for design and costing of Phase I of the project to VDA in May of this year, and as proposed will include a rink estimated to cost $6 million.
Village of Cumberland has applied for funding for an Economic Development Strategy
The Village of Cumberland has applied for funding from both the BC Rural Dividend Fund and Island Coastal Economic Trust to help fund the creation and implementation of a Village of Cumberland Economic Development Strategy.
Proposed seniors’ housing on Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay received third reading
A proposed seniors housing complex on five properties located near the intersection of Cliffe Avenue and 29th Street received third reading August 21. Each of the properties fronts onto Cliffe Avenue and the Courtenay Riverway. In order to facilitate the development of the seniors housing complex. The proposed seniors housing complex is comprised of approximately 78 independent living units in a four storey building, and a two-storey building with a 76 bed assisted care facility. A single storey connection will allow residents in each building to access shared amenities.
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