Editor’s Note February 15, 2017: Proposed 97-unit apartment building in Campbell River
In This Issue:
- New five storey, 97 unit apartment building proposed for Campbell River at 1430 Island Highway South.
- Work continues on $ 29.8 million Campbell River Substation Upgrade Project, completion fall of 2017.
- Design work for new $8.5 million leachate treatment plant in Cumberland to be complete February, 2017.
New five storey, 97 unit apartment building proposed for Campbell River at 1430 Island Highway South.
Campbell River Council gave first and second readings to a proposed bylaw to rezone 1430 Island Highway South to permit a 97-unit apartment building. A public hearing on the proposed rezoning will be held February 20. The applicant is proposing to construct a five storey apartment building that compromises 97 units. An application for a major development permit was submitted in conjunction with this application which will be considered by Council should the subject property be rezoned.
Work continues on $ 29.8 million Campbell River Substation Upgrade Project, completion fall of 2017.
BC Hydro continues to make progress on the Campbell River Substation Upgrade Project, which began in spring 2016 and will continue through fall 2017. The earthworks component of the seismic upgrade work is scheduled to be complete by the end of March. Piling will begin mid-February and continue through mid-March. This project is estimated to cost $29.8 million and is intended to provide increased capacity to support regional growth.
Design work for new $8.5 million leachate treatment plant in Cumberland to be complete February, 2017.
The detailed design of the new leachate treatment facility in Cumberland is underway and it is anticipated that design work will be complete in February 2017. The foundation and development permit applications have been submitted to the Village of Cumberland for approval. The leachate treatment facility project cost consists of detailed engineering design, construction, full commissioning of the facility, construction management, construction quality assurance, and contingency. The cost for this project is estimated to be $8.5 million.
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