Council Meeting News: Township of Langley (June 26, 2023)

Here is the latest council news from the Township of Langley! Below you will find a summary of the residential development projects covered at the June 26, 2023, Township of Langley Council Meeting.

TOWNSHIP OF LANGLEY – June 26, 2023 COUNCIL MEETING

5759 – 240 Street

  • Applicant: Coastland Engineering Ltd.
  • Application No.: 100589
  • Location/NCP: Tall Timbers
  • Associated Project Summary: 63 Single Family lots
  • Application Summary: Application to rezone approximately 18.02 ha (44.55 ac) of land located at 5759 – 240 Street to Suburban Residential Zone SR-3 to facilitate development 63 single family lots
  • Outcome: Referred to public information meeting for public input
Name In Favour Opposed No Vote Indicated*
Mayor Eric Woodward X  
Councillor Barb Martens X
Councillor Margaret Kunst X
Councillor Steve Ferguson Absent
Councillor Misty Van Popta X
Councillor Tim Baillie X
Councillor Kim Richter X
Councillor Michael V Pratt X
Councillor Rob Rindt X    

2600 Block of 268 Street

  • Applicant: Qualico Developments
  • Application No.: 100254
  • Location/NCP: Aldergrove
  • Associated Project Summary: 45 Townhouse Units and 25 Single Family Lots
  • Application Summary: Application to amend the Aldergrove Community Plan and rezone approximately 3.0 ha (7.4 ac) of land in the 2600 Block of 268 Street to Comprehensive Development CD-115 Zone, Residential Zone R-1B, and Residential Compact Lot Zone R-CL(A) to facilitate development of 45 townhouse units and 25 single family lots.
  • Outcome: Third Reading
Name In Favour Opposed No Vote Indicated*
Mayor Eric Woodward X  
Councillor Barb Martens X
Councillor Margaret Kunst X
Councillor Steve Ferguson Absent
Councillor Misty Van Popta X
Councillor Tim Baillie X
Councillor Kim Richter X
Councillor Michael V Pratt X
Councillor Rob Rindt X    

21200 Block of 80 to 83 Ave

  • Applicant: Qualico Developments
  • Application No.: 100238
  • Location/NCP: Williams
  • Associated Project Summary: 196 Townhouse Units
  • Application Summary: Bylaw No. 5890 proposes to amend the Williams Neighbourhood Plan by re-designating the northerly portion of property from Single Family Mixed Residential to Rowhouse/Townhouse and reducing parking requirements within the Rowhouse/Townhouse land use designation. Bylaw No. 5891 proposes to rezone property from Suburban Residential Zone SR-2 to Comprehensive Development Zone CD-183 for development of up to approximately 196 townhouses.
  • Outcome: Referred back to staff
Name In Favour Opposed No Vote Indicated*
Mayor Eric Woodward X  
Councillor Barb Martens X
Councillor Margaret Kunst X
Councillor Steve Ferguson Absent
Councillor Misty Van Popta X
Councillor Tim Baillie X
Councillor Kim Richter X
Councillor Michael V Pratt X
Councillor Rob Rindt X    

7258 and 7240 – 210 Street; 21031, 21133, 21156 and 21081 – 72 Avenue; and 21300 Block of 72 Avenue

  • Applicant: Isle of Mann Property Group
  • Application No.: 100242
  • Location/NCP: Gordon
  • Associated Project Summary: 349 Townhouse Units
  • Application Summary: The applicant has applied to develop 6.93 ha (17.12 ac) of land to Comprehensive Development Zone CD-176 to facilitate development of approximately 349 townhouses. To accommodate the proposed development, the applicant has applied to amend the Willoughby Community Plan and Northeast Gordon Estate Neighbourhood Plan by redesignating the site to accommodate townhouses (Townhouse A (16 – 22 UPA)) and adding it to Development Permit Area ‘B’ – Residential. The application also proposes to rezone the site to Comprehensive Development Zone CD-176 to accommodate the proposal.
  • Outcome: Referred back to staff
Name In Favour Opposed No Vote Indicated*
Mayor Eric Woodward X  
Councillor Barb Martens X
Councillor Margaret Kunst X
Councillor Steve Ferguson Absent
Councillor Misty Van Popta X
Councillor Tim Baillie X
Councillor Kim Richter X
Councillor Michael V Pratt X
Councillor Rob Rindt X    

Would you like to learn more about the items covered at this Township of Langley Council Meeting? Agendas, meeting minutes, and videos can be found on the City’s website HERE, or give us a shout to discuss.

*Note: Each member present at a meeting must vote on the matter being decided. If a council or board member does not indicate how they vote, they are deemed to have voted in the affirmative. In other words, they cannot abstain from voting, unless they may not participate because of a conflict of interest and have followed the procedure for dealing with various types of prohibited conflicts of interest under the Community Charter. Source: Government of BC’s local government council and board procedures.

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