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In This Week’s Editor’s Note
- Quadra Island’s 158 acre Schellinck-Gowlland Harbour development approved
- Mixed-use Development proposed near Courtenay Fire Hall
- Affordable senior’s housing project in Powell River going to tender in May
Quadra Island’s 158 acre Schellinck-Gowlland Harbour development approved
Quadra Island’s 158-acre Schellinck—Gowlland Harbour development has been approved to proceed with public consultation. The project is proposed to include 21 two hectare residential lots, one 12 hectare Agricultural Land Reserve parcel, a two hectare commercial lot, a three hectare park, trails and a potential marina.
Mixed-use Development proposed near Courtenay Fire Hall
A new four storey mixed-use, commercial and 33 unit residential building has been proposed near the Courtenay Fire Hall. A development permit application with a parking and geotechnical study has been submitted to the City.
Affordable senior’s housing project in Powell River going to tender in May
The proposed 34-unit affordable seniors rental housing facility in Powell River is expected to go to tender in May. The development is expected to be completed in phases with units ranging in size from 420 to 750 square feet.
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