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99 per cent of Vancouver single-family neighbourhoods now zoned for duplexes

The City of Vancouver has approved a new zoning policy that will permit the construction of duplexes in 99 per cent of single-family neighbourhoods.

The seven to four vote saw Mayor Gregor Robertson, all five Vision Vancouver councillors and Hector Bremner support the policy, while three Non-Partisan Association (NPA) councillors and Green Coun. 642 more words


City of Vancouver looks at allowing duplexes to add suites

Vancouver city council is looking at making amendments to a bylaw that would allow duplexes to add suites in an effort to create more housing options. 220 more words


Comprehensive housing list coming for city of Vancouver

A comprehensive list of all non-market and social housing available in Vancouver will soon be available online.

City staff have been working on the project for a year. 103 more words


Vancouver's Northeast False Creek may see new modular homes

The City of Vancouver is considering adding modular housing to its plan to take down the viaducts.

The Northeast False Creek area may be the home of new modular houses. 142 more words


Vancouver laneway house bylaw changes to be heard at public hearing

Building laneway houses could soon get easier in Vancouver thanks to proposed changes to the city’s bylaws, which go to a public hearing on Wednesday. 651 more words


Metro Vancouver housing supply at three-year high, but prices still up: REBGV

The supply of homes for sale in Metro Vancouver reached a three-year high in June, according to the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV). 489 more words


More than 1 in 10 homes are owned by non-residents in one part of Metro Vancouver: data

There’s one part of Metro Vancouver where non-residents own more than one in 10 of the homes, according to data released by Statistics Canada on Tuesday. 633 more words