affordable housing

B.C. Attorney General David Eby, Minister Responsible for Housing. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito

B.C. announces $2B for affordable, middle-income family home projects

HousingHub financing to encourage more developers, groups – with low-interest loans – to build affordable homes

 

A rendering of the a proposed multi-residential development on Railway Street and Village Way in Qualicum Beach. (DYS Architecture Illustration)

Council gets first look at plans for affordable housing project in Qualicum Beach

Rental rates projected at $375 for studio unit, $560 for two-bedroom

 

Jon Lefebure went back to construction after losing the 2018 mayor’s post in North Cowichan to work on the Cottages On Willow. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Former Island mayor retools priorities with construction project

Fresh air a benefit and satisfaction results from building eight-unit housing complex in Chemainus

 

New affordable seniors’ housing is opening at 77 Mill St. this month. (D-Architecture image)

Two affordable housing projects opening this month in Nanaimo

57 apartments for seniors opening on Mill Street, 28 townhomes opening on Uplands Drive

New affordable seniors’ housing is opening at 77 Mill St. this month. (D-Architecture image)
Artist rendering of proposed apartment buildings at 4745 Ledgerwood Rd. (West Urban Developments)

Province providing financing to help get apartments built in Nanaimo’s Wellington area

120 apartments on Ledgerwood Road intended to be affordable for ‘middle-income’ households

Artist rendering of proposed apartment buildings at 4745 Ledgerwood Rd. (West Urban Developments)
This lot on White Road in Duncan will be the site of a new supportive housing development. A similar facility will be built on Drinkwater Road in North Cowichan. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)

100 supportive housing units to be built in Duncan, N. Cowichan

‘We have the track record that this works’

This lot on White Road in Duncan will be the site of a new supportive housing development. A similar facility will be built on Drinkwater Road in North Cowichan. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)
An artist rendering of a three-storey 23-unit affordable housing project at 285 Rosehill St. (Low Hammond Rowe Architects)

Affordable project in Nanaimo will give residents a chance at independent living

Vancouver Island Mental Health Society’s 23-unit affordable housing building to open in October

An artist rendering of a three-storey 23-unit affordable housing project at 285 Rosehill St. (Low Hammond Rowe Architects)
Construction on an apartment building close to the intersection of Bowen Road and Pryde Avenue. (Chris Bush/News Bulletin)

Nanaimo’s average rent continues to climb, report shows

Average rent for a one-bedroom apartment has increased by 38 per cent since 2014

Construction on an apartment building close to the intersection of Bowen Road and Pryde Avenue. (Chris Bush/News Bulletin)
Tents set up on Nanaimo City Hall grounds on Wallace Street and on the south downtown waterfront at 1 Port Drive. Both properties were long-listed for supportive housing in 2018 and both went on to house tent cities that same year. (News Bulletin file photos)

City of Nanaimo long-listed 38 possible sites for supportive housing

Recently released in-camera information shows city-owned properties that were looked at in 2018

Tents set up on Nanaimo City Hall grounds on Wallace Street and on the south downtown waterfront at 1 Port Drive. Both properties were long-listed for supportive housing in 2018 and both went on to house tent cities that same year. (News Bulletin file photos)
B.C. Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister Selina Robinson and Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

B.C. to give municipalities final say over rental zoning

City halls will be required to provide housing needs assessment

B.C. Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister Selina Robinson and Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister Selina Robinson, Andrew Sakamoto of the Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre and David Hutniak, CEO of LandlordBC, announce new rent restrictions at the B.C. legislature, Oct. 26, 2017. (Tom Fletcher/Black Press)

B.C. to give renters a break on deposits, rent increases

Short-term lease loophole to be closed, Selina Robinson says

Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister Selina Robinson, Andrew Sakamoto of the Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre and David Hutniak, CEO of LandlordBC, announce new rent restrictions at the B.C. legislature, Oct. 26, 2017. (Tom Fletcher/Black Press)