Press

Locals lament laneway homes’ height and haste
by Shannon Dooling
TheThunderbird.ca
Nov 25 2010

Vancouver planning to impose restrictions on citizens’ appeals of planning-department rulings
By Charlie Smith
Georgia Straight
November 24, 2010

Vision Vancouver puts a muzzle on city staff
By Charlie Smith
Georgia Straight
November 22, 2010

Norquay’s fate an unhappy precedent for city
By Hubert Culham
Special to the Vancouver Sun
November 19, 2010

“The back lane house” invades the privacy of area neighbourhood
Ming Daily Vancouver
November 17, 2010

Council plans to soften impact of laneway housing
Jeff Lee
Vancouver Sun
November 3, 2010

B.C.’s big boom in little houses
FRANCES BULA
VANCOUVER — Globe and Mail
Oct. 29, 2010

Laneway houses will worsen our parking problem
Jim Lawter
Vancouver Sun
October 26, 2010

City Council Meeting Video and Minutes
City Hall
October 21, 2010

Neighbours unhappy with Vancouver laneway houses
Not all Vancouver residents are pleased with the backyard homes that have been popping up all over the city since laneway housing got the green light a year ago.
ctvbc.ca
With a report from CTV British Columbia’s Shannon Paterson
Oct. 21, 2010

Laneway housing springs up across Vancouver
Homeowners express strong demand, with the city approving 60 of the 173 applications submitted
Jeff Lee
Vancouver Sun
October 21, 2010

Vancouver’s laneway housing experiment off to quick start
JEFF LEE
Vancouver Sun
October 20, 2010

Laneway housing takes off in Vancouver, but is a tougher sell in other Metro cities
Coach houses catching on as a way to densify single-family neighbourhoods
By Kelly Sinoski, Vancouver Sun
August 9, 2010

Dunbar resident calls for laneway housing moratorium
Letter to mayor cites privacy, market values
Naoibh O’Connor
Vancouver Courier
July 28, 2010

A laneway home opens in east Vancouver
Mike Klassen
CityCaucus.com Post in City Focus
8 May 2010

Hydro hook-up for laneway units too pricey, homeowners say
CBC News
September 14, 2009

Laneway home owners face costly utlity hook-up fees
By Kelly Sinoski
Vancouver Sun
September 13, 2009

Life on the lane
Is it a boon to ecological living or a recipe to crowd out single-family neighbourhoods?
By Alison Appelbe
Vancouver Courier Wednesday
February 25, 2009

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