Process & Engagement

The District of West Vancouver has given Baptist Housing approval to seek input from the public on the proposed redevelopment of the Inglewood Care Centre. This consultation process includes in-person and virtual public information meetings and an on-line survey.

Baptist Housing then intends to submit an application in December to rezone four residential properties purchased for consolidation with the existing site, and for the development permit required for the overall project.

 

Timeline for Public Consultation Process

  • September 14, 2020 - Approval by District of West Vancouver Council to proceed with public consultation
  • October & November – In-person and virtual public information meetings
  • December 2020 – Anticipated date for application to District of West Vancouver for rezoning and development application
  • January 2021 onwards - Further public information sessions
  • December 2021 - Rezoning and development permit approval (date TBC)
  • January 2022 - Early site work
  • March 2022 - Building permit received (TBC)
  • April 2022 – Construction scheduled to begin

 

ING Timeline Process

 

Public Information Meetings

Tuesday, October 6 – In person Public Information Meeting

  • Session 1: 3:00pm – 4:30pm (maximum 50 guests)

  • Session 2: 5:30pm – 7:00pm (maximum 50 guests)

Har El, the North Shore Centre for Jewish Life, 1305 Taylor Way, West Vancouver

 

Thursday, October 29 – Virtual Information Meeting

Details will be posted closer to event

 

Thursday, November 5 – In person Public Information Meeting

  • Session 1: 3:00pm – 4:30pm (maximum 50 guests)

  • Session 2: 5:30pm – 7:00pm (maximum 50 guests)

Har El, the North Shore Centre for Jewish Life, 1305 Taylor Way, West Vancouver

 

On-line Survey

Will be published on October 6

You may choose to provide your feedback through our on-line survey, which can be accessed by clicking on the below button on October 6.

Your input is important to us and we welcome your comments. Input collected from the community will form a report that is submitted to West Vancouver District Council as part of the development permit approval process.

 

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