4670 Capilano Road

Render of new development at 4670 Capilano Rd

Wedgewood Ventures has applied to redevelop this property.

The application as submitted proposes eight three-storey townhomes with parking for 17 vehicles (16 resident and 1 visitor).

Current status

July 16, 2018 — Development permit issued

Council voted to issue the development permit for this application. You can view the staff report to Council in the 'Documents and related web content' tab.

June 18, 2018 — Second and Third Reading

This application was presented to Council, where it received Second and Third Reading. View the staff report with recommendations in the 'Documents and related web content' tab.

May 29, 2018 — Public Hearing

This application was presented at a Public Hearing. A Public Hearing is a chance to speak to Council if you feel your interest in property will be affected by this application.

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April 16, 2018 — First Reading

This application was presented to Council, where it received First Reading and was referred to a Public Hearing. The staff report to Council with recommendation is available in the 'related documents and web content' tab.

October 12, 2017 — Public information meeting

The applicant will be hosting a public information meeting, which we require as part of the development permit application process. This is your chance to learn more about the proposed development, ask questions, and share your views.

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August 11, 2017 — Detailed application received

Staff have received the detailed application, and are currently reviewing it.

October 26, 2016 — Application under review

Staff have received the preliminary application, and are currently reviewing it.

Additional proposal details

Site overview

The development site is currently occupied by a single-famly home. Grousewoods Plaza is on the north side, there are townhourses on the south side, and single-family homes on the east side.

Current land use designation

The land is currently designated RES3: Attached Residential in the Official Community Plan (OCP).

Additional requirements

If the application proceeds, it will require rezoning. It will also require a development permit for:

  • Form and character of commercial, industrial, and multi-family development
  • Energy and water conservation and greenhouse gas emission reductions
  • Streamside protection

Photos, drawings, renderings


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Documents and related web content

Council documents

July 16, 2018 — Permit issued (starts on page 171)

June 21, 2018 — Second and Third Reading (starts on page 295)

April 16, 2018 — First Reading (starts on page 165)

Related web content

Official Community Plan (OCP)

Development permit areas

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