Few areas of life haven’t been been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and that includes the approval process for rezoning and development.
City of Vancouver
The City of Vancouver is moving forward with plans to develop a site it owns on the former CP lands, now part of the Arbutus Greenway.
The Wall Group is planning 29-storey condo tower and a 15-storey hotel at Cambie and West 43rd Avenue, across from Oakridge.
Uber and Lyft should be operating in Metro Vancouver by Christmas, but Vancouver city council is already proposing a new fee to help counter congestion.
The City of Vancouver is planning to upgrade the bike route along Haro Street in the West End to meet AAA design guidelines. The work will take place next year as part of water main upgrades along the street, from Denman to Thurlow. According to the city, “the Haro Street Bikeway is expected to become […]
The City of Vancouver is gauging interest in allowing more housing in low-density neighbourhoods, but admits there are challenges with duplexes and basement suites.
If you’ve been around the Vancouver Art Gallery recently, you may have noticed the installation of several new digital advertising signs.
Despite softening prices and increased housing supply across Metro Vancouver, a new poll finds over 70 per cent of British Columbians are unhappy with government action on housing.
Public consultation on the Granville Bridge Connector, a future walking and cycling path down the centre of the bridge, is now underway.
The City of Vancouver is planning to sell seven parcels of land near Granville Island for just one dollar. The former Arbutus rail corridor lands were purchased by the city from Canadian Pacific Railway in 2016. Since then, the city has constructed the popular Arbutus Greenway, a paved multi-use trail running from West 6th and […]
Only projects with 100 per cent social or supportive housing will be considered under interim rezoning policy The City of Vancouver wants to curb land speculation along the Broadway Corridor, ahead of the extension of the Millennium SkyTrain line westward to Arbutus Street — and eventually, UBC. The city is developing a new plan for […]
The City of Vancouver is seeking proposals to develop a “gateway residential neighbourhood” on two parcels of land currently home to the Granville Loops. The property is available on a long-term, 99 year lease. The city plans to demolish the on and off-ramps to and from the Granville Street Bridge, and develop the land underneath […]