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No major barriers have been found relating to technical studies or land-use, a good sign as the team moves into site design, according to planners. Screenshot from report to Mission council.

Building Mission’s waterfront ‘financially viable’ for developers, planners say

Phase 1 of creating masterplan for 296-acre area complete, moving to phase 2

 

33162 and 33164 3rd Avenue development

Council moves forward on 33-unit development, but want bigger affordable units

4 affordable units all have single bedroom, councillors say that does nothing for families

 

Architectural drawings of the apartment on Barker Court presented at Mission council.

Once-rejected development moves forward, after council demands better affordability terms

1st application rejected in March because low rates only offered for 5 years

 

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 Bear Creek traffic plan

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)
About 80 demonstrators walked through Hope with signs in support of saving the Station House on March 23, 2021. (Photo/Christian Ward)

Public hearing now planned for Hope’s Station House decision

Council has now taken steps to remove heritage status from historic building

About 80 demonstrators walked through Hope with signs in support of saving the Station House on March 23, 2021. (Photo/Christian Ward)
Drawings of the proposed apartment complex by Vivid Green Architecture.

Council rejects large apartment complex proposal, after public hearing brings out fierce opposition

Application ‘checks every box,’ but councillors agree neighbourhood needs local area plan

Drawings of the proposed apartment complex by Vivid Green Architecture.
The development will add 92 market rental units to District’s goal of 150 (61 per cent) for the year in the 2020 to 2024 Housing Needs Assessment. Council photo.
The development will add 92 market rental units to District’s goal of 150 (61 per cent) for the year in the 2020 to 2024 Housing Needs Assessment. Council photo.

Mission moves forward on 4-storey, 103-unit development on 14th Ave

Development would account for 61% of annual goal for market-rentals in Housing Needs Assessment

The development will add 92 market rental units to District’s goal of 150 (61 per cent) for the year in the 2020 to 2024 Housing Needs Assessment. Council photo.
The development will add 92 market rental units to District’s goal of 150 (61 per cent) for the year in the 2020 to 2024 Housing Needs Assessment. Council photo.
Architectural drawings of the 42-unit townhouse development on Cherry Avenue. It's one of a number of "very strong" development applications proposed the Cedar Valley neighbourhood, according to municipal staff.

42-unit townhouse development in Cedar Valley neighbourhood moves forward, council decides

Development one of several “very strong” of applications proposed the neighbourhood, Mission staff say

Architectural drawings of the 42-unit townhouse development on Cherry Avenue. It's one of a number of "very strong" development applications proposed the Cedar Valley neighbourhood, according to municipal staff.
The Parr Local Area Plan will guide the future development of this 76-acre area. The district is seeking input on three land-use concepts for the neighbourhood. District of Mission photo.

District of Mission seeks public’s input on concepts for future development of 76-acre neighbourhood

Survey presents 3 concepts to guide land use in east-Mission neighbourhood

The Parr Local Area Plan will guide the future development of this 76-acre area. The district is seeking input on three land-use concepts for the neighbourhood. District of Mission photo.
Architectural drawings of the building by Jordan Kutev Architect Inc. Screenshot from District of Mission council meeting on Dec. 7.

Mission council moves forward on 11-storey, 92 unit affordable-housing development on 2nd Ave.

If completed, the development will be the tallest residential building in Mission

Architectural drawings of the building by Jordan Kutev Architect Inc. Screenshot from District of Mission council meeting on Dec. 7.
Elgin Wynd resident Ian Tyzzer says encroaching development is threatening the home and breeding ground of an endangered pigeon species. (Alex Browne photo)

Endangered pigeon habitat threatened by Surrey development, residents fear

Elgin Wynd strata owners fear it’s too late to save trees where band-tailed pigeons roost

Elgin Wynd resident Ian Tyzzer says encroaching development is threatening the home and breeding ground of an endangered pigeon species. (Alex Browne photo)
Architectural drawings of the building by JY Architecture. Screenshot from District of Mission council meeting on Nov. 16.

Six-storey, 86-unit development on 2nd Avenue approved by Mission councillors

Project one of the oldest on District of Mission’s books, staff report

Architectural drawings of the building by JY Architecture. Screenshot from District of Mission council meeting on Nov. 16.
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Massive new six-building complex planned for development in Mission

Complex would bring 289 residential units, 11 commercial retail units and four new office spaces

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Eric Woodward’s boarded-up Fort buildings are currently covered with historic photos. (Langley Advance files)

Controversial Fort Langley land to become part of Kwantlen First Nation reserve

Eric Woodward’s foundation and companies are transferring the land

Eric Woodward’s boarded-up Fort buildings are currently covered with historic photos. (Langley Advance files)
Mayor Pam Alexis of Mission at the Jan. 29 UDI forum in Langley. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)

Mayors facing explosive growth talk transit, roads in Fraser Valley

The Langley Urban Development Institute forum was held Wednesday

Mayor Pam Alexis of Mission at the Jan. 29 UDI forum in Langley. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)
Work crews move a water tank into place at a site on Klassen Road in Hope on Thursday morning (Jan. 30). The site is being prepared for a Ricky’s restaurant and gas station is one of several commercial projects currently underway. (Jessica Peters/ Hope Standard)

VIDEO: Commercial construction projects booming in Hope

Dollar store, convenience store, gas stations and housing all planned for major route

Work crews move a water tank into place at a site on Klassen Road in Hope on Thursday morning (Jan. 30). The site is being prepared for a Ricky’s restaurant and gas station is one of several commercial projects currently underway. (Jessica Peters/ Hope Standard)
Inspired People with Musician Calvin Lechner

Inspired People with Musician Calvin Lechner

Moving from music to marketing in the Okanagan

  • Sep 24, 2018
Inspired People with Musician Calvin Lechner