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Federal budget lacks support for housing: Squamish Mayor

Federal budget lacks support for housing: Squamish Mayor

Last year’s budget more favourable to local governments

‘Dual agency’ real estate rules booted to June

Industry concern cited while commercial agents call for separation from residential
Squamish residents can learn from Whistler co-housing proposal

Squamish residents can learn from Whistler co-housing proposal

Seniors targeted for multi-generational communal living
Expanded foreign buyers tax in provincial budget won’t apply to Squamish

Expanded foreign buyers tax in provincial budget won’t apply to Squamish

Mayor and councillor concerned being left out of the tax area could mean more pressure on Squamish’s housing market
Squamish home up for grabs

Squamish home up for grabs

The final cut-off for the 2018 Choices Lottery February Family Draw is on Friday
Housing, school, and hotel proposed for former BC Rail property

Housing, school, and hotel proposed for former BC Rail property

Potential developers looking to have council designate parcel as infill in the OCP
Council votes to keep growth management limit in OCP

Council votes to keep growth management limit in OCP

Under the proposed limits the Cheema lands wouldn’t be considered for building until the population reaches 22,500
Scott Crescent development clears next hurdle

Scott Crescent development clears next hurdle

Council passes rezoning proposal for old motel site of project in the works for 12 years
Oceanfront development lands tax breaks continue

Oceanfront development lands tax breaks continue

The policy was introduced in 2015 as part of the original sale of the lands
Most expensive Squamish houses revealed

Most expensive Squamish houses revealed

BC Assessments shows local property values have risen, but not by as much as last year