supportive housing

A forty-unit permanent supportive housing project has opened in Newton. (Submitted photo: Amy Reid)

40 permanent supportive homes open in Surrey

Site will be operated by Phoenix Society

 

In a release from the Ministry Responsible for Housing, it says the province, through BC Housing, will be buying the Travelodge Hotel (13939 104th Ave.) to provide 28 supportive housing units. (Image: Google Maps)

BC Housing buys Surrey hotel for supportive homes

Travelodge will provide nearly 30 homes

 

From left, Paige Van Klei, Alyssa Vlaanderen and Les Talvio stand in the living room of one of the two-bedroom units at The Switchback, a supportive housing building for youth on Dec. 18, 2020. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

Vulnerable Fraser Valley youth now have a place to call home, four days before Christmas

The first residents of The Switchback supportive housing for youth in Chilliwack moved in Monday

 

A preliminary artist’s rendering has been posted to BC Housing’s website page for the proposed supportive housing project at 14706 104th Ave. The project would include about 60 units. (Image: BC Housing)

Nesting birds delay construction of Surrey supportive housing project

Councillor says work is ‘well underway now’; Nickerson Place closing Aug. 31

A preliminary artist’s rendering has been posted to BC Housing’s website page for the proposed supportive housing project at 14706 104th Ave. The project would include about 60 units. (Image: BC Housing)
An artist’s rendering of Peterson Place, a 38-unit supportive housing project in Whalley, that is currently under construction. It is set to be completed by the end of summer 2020. (Image: BC Housing)

Construction begins on 38-unit supportive housing project in Surrey

Homes are part of a 250-home pledge between province and City of Surrey

An artist’s rendering of Peterson Place, a 38-unit supportive housing project in Whalley, that is currently under construction. It is set to be completed by the end of summer 2020. (Image: BC Housing)
The Cloverdale Mini Rec Centre is located on one of the city-owned properties being consider for the project. (Google Maps)

BC Housing withdraws application for Cloverdale supportive housing

Application withdrawn, open house cancelled following community opposition

The Cloverdale Mini Rec Centre is located on one of the city-owned properties being consider for the project. (Google Maps)
An example of what the proposed supportive housing for downtown Cloverdale may look like. (BC Housing)

Surrey mayoral candidates weigh in on proposed supportive housing in Cloverdale

Gill, Hayne and McCallum oppose the project, in its current location

An example of what the proposed supportive housing for downtown Cloverdale may look like. (BC Housing)
A community group against the supportive housing project believes the discovery of this deed, dated 1908, may halt development. The deed states that Joseph Shannon was selling his property to the city with the understanding that it would never be used for any purposes other than as a public park, or recreation ground. (Samantha Anderson)

Supportive housing opponent says 110-year-old document should prevent development

Proposed site for Cloverdale project is on land gifted to city by Joseph Shannon in 1908

A community group against the supportive housing project believes the discovery of this deed, dated 1908, may halt development. The deed states that Joseph Shannon was selling his property to the city with the understanding that it would never be used for any purposes other than as a public park, or recreation ground. (Samantha Anderson)
An example of what the proposed supportive housing for downtown Cloverdale may look like. (BC Housing)

Details released for controversial Cloverdale supportive housing project

Community reaction has been ‘unprecedented’: Cloverdale BIA

An example of what the proposed supportive housing for downtown Cloverdale may look like. (BC Housing)