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The Lakes District Neighbourhood Plan Benefits

300 ACRES DEDICATED AS A PUBLIC PARK: The most valuable environmental areas are preserved, to be stewarded for public recreation and enjoyment of nature in perpetuity.  More >

THE MOST SIGNIFICANT NATURAL AREAS ARE PRESERVED: Garry oak meadows and environmentally sensitive areas, the Lookout and Notch Hill are protected. Generous setbacks, best practices for crossings and low impact development standards to maintain biodiversity.  More >

WALKING TRAIL & SIDEWALK NETWORK: 19km of trails, 19km of sidewalks all within a 5 minute walk of each home.  More >

For more details see:
Final Adopted Lakes District Neighbourhood Plan

 


Schooner Cove Neighbourhood Plan Benefits

CONNECTS NANOOSE BAY TO THE WATERFRONT: A waterfront walkway will connect the whole community to the most precious local amenity: the seaside.  More >

RESTAURANT & PUB PATIO: Local residents will gather for food and drink in a new waterfront village with shops & services geared to their daily needs without having to leave Nanoose Bay.  More >

EXPANDED HOUSING CHOICE: Waterfront homes in lowrise buildings will provide options for local residents to age within the community.  More >

For more details see:
Final Adopted Schooner Cove Neighbourhood Plan

A MESSAGE FROM RUSSELL TIBBLES,
VICE PRESIDENT, DEVELOPMENT & OPERATIONS,
BENTALL KENNEDY (CANADA) LP

We are very pleased to announce that the Regional District of Nanaimo gave Fourth Reading and Adoption to the Phased Development Agreement and zoning bylaws on July 22, 2014. This vote marks a successful conclusion to the land use approval process that began back in 2008, and we thank the RDN and community members for their active participation and support. For more information on the applications, please read our latest newsletter or visit our newsletter archive for previous issues. The four bylaws are available on the RDN website.



Schooner Cove Lakes DistrictApplication Summary