development

A rendering of a proposed cabin at 25 Spyglass Lookout on Protection Island. (Image submitted to City of Nanaimo)

Nanaimo city council denies permit for cabin on islet off Protection Island

Council votes 6-3 against staff’s recommendation to allow cabin at 25 Spyglass Lookout

 

The Vancouver Island Safe Speed Association has developed an early concept for a new motorsports park that includes most of the elements of the current Westshore Speedway, due to close after the 2022 season. (Photo courtesy of VISSA)

Group getting into gear in push to develop replacement Vancouver Island racetrack

Group working in advance of impending closure of Westshore Speedway after 2022 season

 

An artist’s rendering showing conceptual massing related to a re-zoning application for proposed development on Nelson Road. (DHK Architects image)

City of Nanaimo considering re-zoning application for more than 150 homes in north end

City council passes two readings of Nelson Road re-zoning application

An artist’s rendering showing conceptual massing related to a re-zoning application for proposed development on Nelson Road. (DHK Architects image)
A rendering of the Lumina building proposed for 41-45 Haliburton St. in Nanaimo. (Matthew T. Hansen Architect image)

City issues development permit for five-storey condo building on Haliburton

Council allows height variance for 38-unit building at 41-45 Haliburton St. near downtown

A rendering of the Lumina building proposed for 41-45 Haliburton St. in Nanaimo. (Matthew T. Hansen Architect image)
Artist’s rendering of two five-storey apartment buildings at 6985 Island Highway N. in Nanaimo’s north end. (D-Architecture image)

City reviews plans for 150 apartments on Nanaimo’s northern edge

Design advisory panel recommends variances for Phase 2 of North Grove complex

Artist’s rendering of two five-storey apartment buildings at 6985 Island Highway N. in Nanaimo’s north end. (D-Architecture image)
Qualicum-Parksville Kiwanis Housing Society is building a 56-unit, multi-residential development that will feature an apartment building with 48 rental units and a separate eight townhouses in Qualicum Beach. (Submitted photo)

Residents raise concerns with height of affordable housing project in Qualicum Beach

Councillor says she has received a number of letters on the issue

Qualicum-Parksville Kiwanis Housing Society is building a 56-unit, multi-residential development that will feature an apartment building with 48 rental units and a separate eight townhouses in Qualicum Beach. (Submitted photo)
A rendering of a proposed cabin at 25 Spyglass Lookout on Protection Island. (Image submitted to City of Nanaimo)

Protection Island residents oppose property owner’s plan to build cabin on islet

Development permits have already been denied twice at 25 Spyglass Lookout

A rendering of a proposed cabin at 25 Spyglass Lookout on Protection Island. (Image submitted to City of Nanaimo)
A 3D view of what industrial buildings planned for Jingle Pot Road might look like. (BJK Architecture Ince. image)

Multi-tenant industrial buildings planned in Nanaimo’s Wellington area

Design advisory panel looks at application for 4101 and 4125 Jingle Pot Rd.

A 3D view of what industrial buildings planned for Jingle Pot Road might look like. (BJK Architecture Ince. image)
An artist’s rendering showing conceptual buildings making up the Bowers District on the Green Thumb property on Hammond Bay Road. (Barefoot Planning and Design image)

Nanaimo’s huge Green Thumb plan gets go-ahead to move to public hearing stage

Approximately 2,500 homes pitched for ‘Bowers District’ in the north end

An artist’s rendering showing conceptual buildings making up the Bowers District on the Green Thumb property on Hammond Bay Road. (Barefoot Planning and Design image)
An artist’s rendering of a 163-unit apartment building planned for 340 Campbell St. (Urban Solutions Architecture image)

Nanaimo city council issues development permit for 163 apartments downtown

Height variance will allow six-storey building on Campbell Street

An artist’s rendering of a 163-unit apartment building planned for 340 Campbell St. (Urban Solutions Architecture image)
A map showing the Sandstone lands in south Nanaimo. (Seacliff Properties image)

Master plan for huge Sandstone proposal in south Nanaimo will go to public hearing

Residential, commercial and industrial development proposed in Cinnabar Valley-Cedar area

A map showing the Sandstone lands in south Nanaimo. (Seacliff Properties image)
Artist’s rendering showing the southeast corner of a proposed 98-unit apartment building on Songbird Place. (D-Architecture image)

Development permit issued for 98 apartments near Nanaimo North Town Centre

Council grants minor variances to permit five-storey building proposed on Songbird Place

Artist’s rendering showing the southeast corner of a proposed 98-unit apartment building on Songbird Place. (D-Architecture image)
Proposed resort cottage at Pheasant Glen. (Submitted photo)

Qualicum Beach council approves zoning for 225-unit Pheasant Glen project

Project could add $1.5 million per year to the town’s tax revenue

Proposed resort cottage at Pheasant Glen. (Submitted photo)
An artist’s rendering of Phase 2 of a development in the 6000 block of McRobb Avenue, for a six-storey, 88-unit residential building. (D-Architecture image)

City of Nanaimo gets glimpse at next phase of apartments on McRobb

Design advisory panel recommends height variance for six-storey building

An artist’s rendering of Phase 2 of a development in the 6000 block of McRobb Avenue, for a six-storey, 88-unit residential building. (D-Architecture image)
An artist’s rendering of planned student housing at 416 Wakesiah Ave. (WA Architects image)

Developer wants to more than double number of beds in student housing project

Public hearing will be required to change covenant on Wakesiah Avenue property

An artist’s rendering of planned student housing at 416 Wakesiah Ave. (WA Architects image)
A rendering of Lantzville village south, looking west on Ware Road at Lantzville Road with a grocery store on the left and mixed-use buildings on the right. (Barefoot Planning and Design/Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)

Lantzville council looks over plans for shops and hundreds of homes in village’s downtown

OCP and zoning amendment application asks for upward of 700 residential units

A rendering of Lantzville village south, looking west on Ware Road at Lantzville Road with a grocery store on the left and mixed-use buildings on the right. (Barefoot Planning and Design/Lantzville Projects Ltd. image)
A rendering of an apartment complex with 59 units that had been proposed for 591 Bradley St. City council denied the development permit application by a 5-4 vote. (Raymond de Beeld Architect Inc. image

Nanaimo city councillors deny permit for apartment complex they approved 2 years ago

Councillors vote 5-4 against Bradley Street project, citing river protection and traffic concerns

A rendering of an apartment complex with 59 units that had been proposed for 591 Bradley St. City council denied the development permit application by a 5-4 vote. (Raymond de Beeld Architect Inc. image
A rendering of how the Telus Living buildings at Fitzwilliam, Wallace and Wentworth streets might look. (Omicron Architecture Engineering Construction Ltd. image)

‘Telus Living’ in downtown Nanaimo, with 197 apartments, receives permit

Council approves height variances for Fitzwilliam Street complex

A rendering of how the Telus Living buildings at Fitzwilliam, Wallace and Wentworth streets might look. (Omicron Architecture Engineering Construction Ltd. image)
An artist’s rendering of a seniors’ congregate housing development at 388 Machleary St. (Molnar Group/IBI Group Architects image)

Development permit issued for 133 seniors’ housing units in Nanaimo’s Old City Quarter

Redevelopment of old Malaspina Gardens property moving ahead after previous proposal denied

An artist’s rendering of a seniors’ congregate housing development at 388 Machleary St. (Molnar Group/IBI Group Architects image)