Urban PlanningHave your say on the future of False Creek South

Have your say on the future of False Creek South

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The neighbourhood is home to approximately 1,800 units of housing on leasehold lands, with many of the leases expiring within the next 15-25 years.

False Creek South was a visionary housing development when it was built in the 1970s — an inclusive and affordable waterfront neighbourhood built on reclaimed industrial land, with a wide variety of housing types.

Land ownership False Creek South
Map of land ownership in False Creek South. Credit: City of Vancouver

The land is adjacent to the upcoming Sen̓áḵw development on the Squamish Nation lands, a large, purpose-built rental development which will include up to 6,000 new homes.

Sen̓áḵw Lands bridge rendering
Rendering looking north across Burrard Street Bridge to downtown Vancouver. Credit: Squamish Nation/Revery Architecture

The city hopes the public consultation will help phase in a new vision for the area, while considering how the lands can assist in addressing Vancouver’s housing crisis and climate change.

The survey is available until February 28, 2021.

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