Editor’s Note November 21, 2018: Your Weekly North Vancouver Island Construction News

November 21, 2018

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

In this week’s issue of Building Links we have updates on the Hornby Island housing project, the Pacific Rim National Park trail, and Jubilee Heights.

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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