Citywide rental rezoning policy has huge implications, but final staff report/recommendations could go to Council next week before public input

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Above: This map by City of Vancouver only roughly shows areas affected by the proposed Streaming Rental program. City staff positioning to make their recommendations to City Council for approval even before the public input period and clarifications have even ended.  

CityHallWatch wrote previously about a crucial public survey regarding the proposed “Streaming Rental” program (see “Streaming Rental Survey on rental rezoning policy citywide, affecting RS, RT and C zones, with 6 storeys on arterials, 4-5 storeys off arterials”. City of Vancouver staff have previously advised members of the public that a planning staff report would be going to City Council in July to seek Council direction to proceed based on an update. The only remaining Council meetings in July are next week, on July 20 and 21. The Council agenda for those dates has yet to be posted online at the time this post (July 12).

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