Monthly Archives: December 2013

Assistant Director of Planning replies to CCAN’s October 28 letter to The City

City of Vancouver Assistant Director of Planning Kent Munro’s reply to CCAN’s October 28 letter to The City was read aloud to those attending the CCAN meeting at St Mark’s Church Hall Saturday afternoon. Overall the letter received quite a positive response. … Continue reading

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Open letter to The City Planning Dept and Mayor and Council

CCAN sent the following open letter to The City Planning Dept and Mayor and Council. If you oppose this project as proposed then you can contact the City using the following email links. Feel free to use points from our letter … Continue reading

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What is wrong with this proposal?

The  City of Vancouver’s Guidelines say to build buildings such as townhouses, row  houses, and stacked townhouses so that these new buildings will transition into  the area with the existing residential houses.    We don’t mind those types of buildings but … Continue reading

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What do you envision here?

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Fantasy vs Reality in City Rezoning

If you visit the City website at Interim Rezoning Policy for Increasing Affordable Housing Choices you will see the first photo, the idyllic canary yellow row houses. I can’t wait to move in. If you attend an Open House on an actual project what you … Continue reading

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Developer Display Boards 3365 Commercial Rezoning

View display boards here. Photos of several of the display boards from the open house for the proposed development  at Commercial  Drive and East 18th Avenue are now available thanks to one savvy citizen who took snapshots during the meeting. … Continue reading

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Density that respects the neighbourhood character

New photos submitted by a CCAN member, pictures shot in Mount Pleasant show a type of multifamily development that would enhance the neighbourhood while fitting in with the existing mid-century style of Cedar Cottage.

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