Monthly Archives: January 2013

Tell City Hall what you think. Beach Towers, major rezoning, public hearing Feb 5, 2013

(Updated) We encourage you to consider and express your views to City Hall about this project, which has implications for the West End, taxpayers, and the whole city. People continue to join the more than 13,000 people who have signed … Continue reading

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Beach Towers – major infill project in West End – goes to public hearing Feb 5

We have received word that the next major rezoning application to go to a public hearing will be the proposed Beach Towers development on Harwood and Beach Avenues. The hearing will be at Vancouver City Hall, Tuesday, February 5, 2013, … Continue reading

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West End community plan process: important updates

Our West End neighbourhood is now in the midst of a very important phase of the community planning process. Policies are being developed that will affect the West End for decades to come. Here are summaries of four items in … Continue reading

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Beach Towers rezoning topic is on City Council agenda Jan 15, as public hearing approaches

The City Council agenda for the morning of January 15, 2013, includes a staff recommendation (80 pages, total) that the proposal by IBI/HB Architects, on behalf of Beach Towers Investments Inc. (associated with Devonshire Properties) for a major infill development at … Continue reading

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WEN NEWS (Jan 4, 2013): Community Plan, modelling, 1860 Barclay, Beach Towers, etc

Preserving the West End’s quality of life, distinct, diverse character, and heritage. WEN (West End Neighbours) NEWS Jan. 4, 2013 Greetings!  West End Neighbours wishes everyone in the community a wonderful New Year in 2013. Today we send you some news … Continue reading

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Community Modelling Workshop Opportunity

It is anticipated that policy development work on the West End Community Plan – the “nuts and bolts” of the plan – will begin in the next months. This process may move quite quickly, and it is important that as … Continue reading

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