Riley Park South Cambie Updates
The Riley Park South Cambie Community Visions provides community members with a forum for participation in key matters of development and change within the local area (16th- 41st.Ave. and between Oak - Fraser St.). The Committee meets on the third Wednesday each month. See our schedule in the RPSC News on this page.
Updates on current activities and projects include:
Next monthly meeting RPSC: March 19th, 7:30 pm at Hill Hillcrest Community Centre (2nd. floor)
Oakridge Centre Redevelopment Public Hearing:
---City Council Public Hearing on March 10, 2 PM
For description: vancouver.ca/oakridge
Register to speak: public email@example.com
Cambie Corridor Redevelopment (16th-41st)
--six condo projects between 25th -35th Ave. in various stages of approval
--two condo projects between 30th and 33rd have begun
--one condo project along W. 41st, one block west of Cambie begun
--two projects along W. 41st. within two-three blocks west of Cambie in process
--one condo project on W.41st within one block east of Cambie in process
--two condo projects at 25th Canada Line Station proposed and in process
--three projects on 25th within one block of Cambie in process of approval
Additional projects are in progress but not reached public input phase yet.
For more information, go to City of Vancouver http://former.vancouver.ca/rezapp. See also Cambie Corridor Redevelopment post on this page.
Little Mountain Housing Redevelopment
--Construction of One Social Housing Unit (52 units) begun
--Market Housing at site: no activity and no info. available at this time
Cambie Corridor Redevelopment Phase 3 Policy Consultation:
No information yet from City Planning Department on start date.
Riley Park Redevelopment:
Consultation Process appears complete.
No date as yet announced for presentation of Final Report to Parks Board.
Police have moved to Surrey. We cannot obtain any information on plans for site from Public Works Canada. If you have any information, please contact us!
Oakridge Bus Barn Site (Oak and 41st.)
No date yet from City Planning Department on start of public consultation
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