Category Archives: Development
Saanich has invited residents to participate in a survey to provide early input to the strategic update of the Official Community Plan. The focus of the initial public survey is on preliminary ideas around changes to District land use policies … Continue reading
Urban Thrive is hosting a virtual community update on Tuesday, July 26 at 7 pm regarding their development proposal for 2859 Richmond Rd. Register here for the Community Update session Review the project page on the Urban Thrive website Review the process … Continue reading
You may recall we posted about a planned redo of Allenby Park some time ago. It looks like shovels in dirt are due to be seen soon at Allenby! Details on the planned changes and improvements may be viewed on … Continue reading
The minutes of the May 18, 2022 meeting of the CCA board of directors may be found here.
Although unable to verify via the District of Saanich web site, the Saanich News web site says the Abstract Developments proposal to redevelop the properties at 1641-1647 McRae Ave. and 3226 Shelbourne St. will be one topic of discussion at … Continue reading
The minutes of the April 14, 2022 meeting of the CCA board of directors may be found here. Some highlights include discussion of: the 55+ BC Games starting September 13, 2022 and hosted by Victoria. citizens’ assembly to consider the … Continue reading
Proposed development within the CCA has received coverage from local news sources. The topic is the 87-unit Abstract Developments proposal for 3226 Shelbourne St. and 1641-1647 McRae Ave, about which we’ve written in the past. Earlier coverage in advance of … Continue reading
The minutes of the March 10, 2022 meeting of the CCA board of directors may be found here.
The Friends of Bowker Creek society has put on record in correspondence to the SD61 trustees the view that the trustees are proceeding to dispose of school property without legal authority to do so. As such, the FoBC have asked … Continue reading
The Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) has issued a report that looks at the pace and volume of housing construction within BC with respect to population growth in BC. The drastic and steady incease in house prices across BC … Continue reading