0 items

No products in the cart.

B.C City Proposes New RV, Boat Storage

Share This Post

Lake Country City Council will decide next week if the new RV and boat storage facility proposal is possible near the northern part of Glenmore Road.

The property, located at 962 Glenmore Road, has been used as an open pit for gravel.

The site is designated to be used for industrial development, but applicants are seeking a temporary permit that allows the storage facility to be used for three years. After this time, the applicants may apply for an additional three-year extension.

Although a small portion of the property falls in the Agricultural Land Reserve, the property is exempt from the Agricultural Land Commission Act as the affected parcel of land is not more than two acres.

Council members will make a decision about the use of permits for temporary purposes at the regular council meeting on Tuesday. If the council approves, the applicants will be able to apply for building permits.

Original Article:

Canada – Modern Campground Read More

More To Explore

Campground with Cabins, RV Pads Coming to B.C.

A resort community featuring campgrounds and cabins is proposed west of Sooke in between Shirley and Jordan River (British Columbia, Canada). According to a report