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[View Royal] Thetis Lake Apartments | Affordable rentals | 6 & 6-storeys | Proposed


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#1 Citified.ca

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Posted 23 May 2019 - 11:40 AM

This project was formerly spearheaded by the Limona Group which had plans to build four lowrise residential buildings and upwards of 50 duplexes/townhomes, with a total unit count of 350. The development site is along the southern perimeter of Thetis Lake Park on the Thetis Lake Campground lands.

 

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A conceptual drawing depicting two six-storey affordable rental buildings (at-centre) planned to rise along the southern peripmeter of Thetis Lake Park in View Royal. The two lowrises are the first phase of a larger development concept.

 

Developer seeks to build 152-units of affordable rentals adjacent to Thetis Lake Park

https://victoria.cit...etis-lake-park/

 


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#2 Victoria Watcher

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Posted 06 June 2019 - 02:16 PM

Transparency from town hall is crucial. The developer has shown no financial requirement for the basis of waiving their DCC fees. If there is a requirement for financial assistance, it should be easy to prove. Furthermore, a number of steps in the political process seem a bit unsettling, such as Screech receiving campaign contributions from the developer, a letter in support of the proposed development being accepted by Town Hall from a vacant lot (owned by developer in question), and the fact Screech sits as the vice-chair of the Capital Regional Housing Corporation (i.e. the future operators of the proposed affordable housing complex). Transparency in respect to this development is concerning View Royal residents.

 

 

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