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Category Archives: Opinions
Here’s a great website regarding the seemingly arbitrary (actually, developer-driven) re-zoning of Vancouver by Gregor Robertson and his hearing-impaired* City Council: Cityhallwatch: Citizen Reviews of Major Rezoning Applications in Vancouver. It is increasingly apparent to the voting public that the … Continue reading
Along with the seriously flawed public consultation dance, the Board of Variance … it feels like the processes all favour developers – who really is in charge of planning for Vancouver? The proposed restrictions sound so reasonable. But, is there … Continue reading
They did it again. The current Mayor and City Council rezoned an entire neighbourhood – a neighbourhood known as a prime example of green living – in order to have it razed and replaced by high rises. Read all about … Continue reading
When Vancouver’s City Council and their real estate developer benefactors characterize a laneway house as “just a little house on the lane,” keep in mind that they are talking about a full-sized small house. When two or three are built … Continue reading