Your Weekly North Vancouver Island Construction News
In this Week’s Issue of Building Links
- Courtenay: Rezoning approved for a five storey 118 unit apartment building.
- Tofino: Proposed project reduced from 374 mixed commercial residential to 74 residential units.
- Comox Valley: Tender issued for an estimated $7 million in upgrades at the Pollution Control Centre
Courtenay: Rezoning approved for a five storey 118 unit apartment building.
Rezoning has been approved and a development permit application has been submitted for a five storey 118 unit apartment building in Courtenay. If approved, the building is expected to include a mix of micro, bachelor, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units as rental units.
Tofino: Proposed project reduced from 374 mixed commercial residential to 74 residential units.
Woodsmere Holdings Corp. continues to revise plans for a proposed residential development in Tofino. The applicant has reduced the project from 374 units to one 50 unit apartment building and 24 single family lots.
Comox Valley: Tender issued for estimated $7 million in upgrades at the Pollution Control Centre
A Tender to complete the an estimated $7 million in Odour Control Upgrades at the Comox Valley Water Pollution Control Centre has been issued. Construction is expected to include full covering of the bioreactors and treatment of collected air.
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