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Scott Keddy of 3 Dogs Brewing says a mezzanine application is necessary to maximize the space the brew-pub has taken in the just-completed second phase of Bosa’s Miramar Village development in uptown White Rock. (Norman Orr photo)

Mezzanine application ‘critical’ for 3 Dogs Brewing, White Rock council told

Brew pub must maximize use of space in new Miramar premises, owner says

 

A proposed 29-storey highrise development in North Delta’s Townline neighbourhood is moving forward after a four-hour-long public hearing on June 8, 2021. (Penmat Mana JV (Delta) Ltd./City of Delta report image)

North Delta highrise project moving forward

Council voted 4-3 to give the project third reading Tuesday evening (June 8)

 

Surrey council gave third reading May 31, 2021 to a two-building industrial development at the corner of 36 Avenue and 196 Street. (Contributed photo)

Council OKs two more warehouses for South Surrey’s Campbell Heights

Third reading supported by all but two at May 31 meeting

 

White Rock’s historic Elm Street will retain its Waterfront Village designation in the OCP, but with stipulations of lower height and density than waterfront commercial buildings in any future redevelopment. (File photo)

White Rock council reverses position on Elm Street designation

Waterfront Village designation retained, but with reduced height and density

White Rock’s historic Elm Street will retain its Waterfront Village designation in the OCP, but with stipulations of lower height and density than waterfront commercial buildings in any future redevelopment. (File photo)
A mixed-use development with 69 market rental units and 10 commercial units is proposed for the 2300-block of King George Boulevard. (Thinkspace rendering)

Public hearings set for pair of South Surrey apartment proposals

Development in 2300-block of King George Boulevard to be 100% market rental, report notes

A mixed-use development with 69 market rental units and 10 commercial units is proposed for the 2300-block of King George Boulevard. (Thinkspace rendering)
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Council approves another highrise for Surrey’s downtown

This one will be 36 storeys and located at 10342 136A St.

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LETTERS: Harmony project not a good fit for South Surrey neighbourhood

Editor: Re: ‘Positive advocacy’ campaign aims to clarify South Surrey inclusive-housing project,…

  • May 20, 2021
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LETTERS: Further study on Surrey council’s part would clarify benefits of Harmony development

Clearer understanding would surely shift council’s position, write Colleen and Geoff Dean

  • May 13, 2021
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A proposed 29-storey highrise development in North Delta’s Townline neighbourhood is headed to a public hearing on June 8, 2021. (Penmat Mana JV (Delta) Ltd./City of Delta report image)

North Delta highrise proposal headed to public hearing

Council voted 4-3 Monday (May 10) to move the 29-storey project forward

A proposed 29-storey highrise development in North Delta’s Townline neighbourhood is headed to a public hearing on June 8, 2021. (Penmat Mana JV (Delta) Ltd./City of Delta report image)
Protesters at Cloverdale Fairgrounds show their support for farmers in India. (File photo: Jason Sveinson)
Protesters at Cloverdale Fairgrounds show their support for farmers in India. (File photo: Jason Sveinson)
A cap on building heights in the town center - which owners in the Bayview buildlng at George Street and Russell Avenue are protesting - does not mean that the door is closed on all such development in future, Coun. Scott Kristjanson says. (File photo)

White Rock height cap ‘totally devalues’ building, residents claim

Coun. Scott Kristjanson says council’s action reflects will of the majority

A cap on building heights in the town center - which owners in the Bayview buildlng at George Street and Russell Avenue are protesting - does not mean that the door is closed on all such development in future, Coun. Scott Kristjanson says. (File photo)
Tim Pham said he and other tenants of Ocean Park Mall haven’t heard from the property’s new owner since it changed hands four months ago. (Tracy Holmes photo)

South Surrey business owners feeling ‘abandoned’ following mall’s sale

Four months after sale of Ocean Park Mall, tenants anxious about future

Tim Pham said he and other tenants of Ocean Park Mall haven’t heard from the property’s new owner since it changed hands four months ago. (Tracy Holmes photo)
The city has received a development application for the last remaining house on Johnston Road. (Rendering)

Development proposed for last remaining house on Johnston Road in White Rock

Applicant wishes to build four-storey apartment with ground floor commercial space

The city has received a development application for the last remaining house on Johnston Road. (Rendering)
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LETTERS: Current council cannot undo highrise development

Buildings under construction were a done deal years ago

  • Apr 29, 2021
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The White Birch proposal for a six-storey rental-only building for 1485 Fir St. has returned to White Rock council with an increased affordable housing component. (Contributed rendering)

White Rock rental apartment to be given 2nd public hearing

White Birch development on Fir Street under reconsideration by council

The White Birch proposal for a six-storey rental-only building for 1485 Fir St. has returned to White Rock council with an increased affordable housing component. (Contributed rendering)
A revision to the town centre CR-1 zoning bylaw in White Rock, if formally adopted by council on May 10, could spell the end of towers above 12 storeys in the area. (File photo)

Town centre zoning in White Rock could cap building heights at 12 storeys

‘The public has spoken so clearly’ against 18- to 29-storey structures, says councillor

A revision to the town centre CR-1 zoning bylaw in White Rock, if formally adopted by council on May 10, could spell the end of towers above 12 storeys in the area. (File photo)
White Rock Mayor Darryl Walker (left) and Landmark Premier Properties president and managing partner Ray Chen take in the view from the fourth floor during construction of the Foster Martin development in the uptown area of the city. Contributed photo.

Building heights a sticking point in White Rock town centre revisions

Public hearing on amendment to zone reiterated opposition to towers

White Rock Mayor Darryl Walker (left) and Landmark Premier Properties president and managing partner Ray Chen take in the view from the fourth floor during construction of the Foster Martin development in the uptown area of the city. Contributed photo.
Welcome to your park sign marks the spot where 84th Avenue will continue east from King George Boulevard 
to 140th Street as part of a $13 million road project. (Photo: Tom Zytaruk)

Road Rage: Opposition mounts anew to Surrey’s plan for 84 Ave. at south end of Bear Creek Park

Same place, same project, same fight as Surrey prepares once again to connect 84th Avenue between King George and 140th Street in Newton

Welcome to your park sign marks the spot where 84th Avenue will continue east from King George Boulevard 
to 140th Street as part of a $13 million road project. (Photo: Tom Zytaruk)
Anita Nielsen and a group of her neighbours argued last year that a proposed four-storey apartment building would destroy the historic character of Elm Street, as well as bringing increased traffic, blocking ocean views and causinge parking issues along the street and Beachview Avenue in White Rock. (File photo)

Elm Street OCP designation changed by White Rock council

Motion aimed at keeping historic pocket ‘as it is’

Anita Nielsen and a group of her neighbours argued last year that a proposed four-storey apartment building would destroy the historic character of Elm Street, as well as bringing increased traffic, blocking ocean views and causinge parking issues along the street and Beachview Avenue in White Rock. (File photo)
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LETTERS: White Rock residents opposed to highrise development should make themselves heard

Editor: Coming up is a very important date for White Rock residents.…

  • Apr 15, 2021
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