Editor’s Note November 21, 2018: Your Weekly North Vancouver Island Construction News
In This Week’s Issue:
- Hornby Island receives $2.6 million for townhouse and duplex project
- Pacific Rim National Park trail receives addition $17 million in funding
- Registration for Jubilee Heights in Campbell River expected in 2018
The Hornby Island Housing Society has received $2.6 million in funding to build 26 townhouses and duplexes on an 18.5-acre property near the community school. The project is expected to take two or three years to build.
The Pacific Rim National Park trail has received an additional $17 million towards the 25-kilometre paved multi-use ‘Ups-cheek ta-shee’ path, bringing the project’s total estimated cost to $51 million. Tendering and designs are progressing with the next phase of work expected to begin in early spring.
Jubilee Heights in Campbell River is expecting registration of 31 lots in Phase 1 at the end of this year. The project is 166 acres in size and is expected to be developed over the next ten years with mixed-used residential and commercial development.
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