development

A rendering of the interior of the University of Victoria’s new six-storey addition to the engineering and computer science building, expected to be complete by 2024. (Credit: Dialog Design)

$89.6-million engineering, computer science expansion coming at University of Victoria

Two new facilities on campus will create room for 500 more students

 

The Village on Third in Nanaimo won the Judges’ Choice award as top overall entry at the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board Commercial Building Awards. (Photo submitted)

Top developments north of the Malahat honoured by Vancouver Island Real Estate Board

Nanaimo’s Village on Third takes top honour at VIREB Commercial Building Awards

 

Detailed planning as last presented to the community for the Crofton ferry terminal redevelopment. (File photo by Don Bodger)

Projects continue without delays

Only the Crofton ferry terminal redevelopment remains stalled

 

An architectural rendering of the Jailhouse development. (AYPQ Architecture)

Another storey sought for Jailhouse mixed-use project in Ladysmith

Developer of Belaire Street building will have to go through re-zoning process again

An architectural rendering of the Jailhouse development. (AYPQ Architecture)
A house built on Bluff Drive will have a notice on the property unless owners correct the height of the building. (PQB News file photo)

Retirement dream home turns into 16-inch nightmare for Vancouver Island woman

Qualicum Beach council: ‘hardline is totally warranted’ in denying occupancy over house height

A house built on Bluff Drive will have a notice on the property unless owners correct the height of the building. (PQB News file photo)
A rendering of a planned 96-unit apartment building on Rollie Rose Drive in Ladysmith. (DHK Architects image)

Ladysmith town council approves 96-unit apartment building

Four-storey building planned for Rollie Rose Drive near Dogwood Drive

A rendering of a planned 96-unit apartment building on Rollie Rose Drive in Ladysmith. (DHK Architects image)
From the files of cartoonist Rob Kernachan in 2006.

Kernachan’s cartoon flashback 2006

Remember the day when this creature roamed the hills of Chemainus.

  • Nov 20, 2020
From the files of cartoonist Rob Kernachan in 2006.
Property on the Trans Canada Highway beside the Country Maples Campground has been sold and will become a modular home park. (Photo submitted)

Development, business transactions significant for Chemainus

Two highway properties and Owl’s Nest Bakery and Bistro sold

Property on the Trans Canada Highway beside the Country Maples Campground has been sold and will become a modular home park. (Photo submitted)
Cowichan’s new RCMP detachment will now be constructed out of structural steel instead of mass timber, as originally planned, as a cost saving measure. (File graphic)
Cowichan’s new RCMP detachment will now be constructed out of structural steel instead of mass timber, as originally planned, as a cost saving measure. (File graphic)
The Crofton Pharmacy and Medical Clinic is due to open Monday. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Crofton Pharmacy in final stages of preparation for opening next week

Flu clinics on Monday and Tuesday a big part of start-up

The Crofton Pharmacy and Medical Clinic is due to open Monday. (Photo by Don Bodger)
View of the Beachwood Estates site. (Photo by Don Bodger)

New Chemainus development offers prime building lots in a diverse neighbourhood

Beachwood Estates officially opens with interest already high due to its location

View of the Beachwood Estates site. (Photo by Don Bodger)
Judicial review is underway of North Cowichan’s decision to deny a development permit to the VIMC. (File photo)

Judicial review of North Cowichan’s decision on Motorsport expansion underway

Municipality denied Motorsport Circuit a development permit last year

Judicial review is underway of North Cowichan’s decision to deny a development permit to the VIMC. (File photo)
Integrated Project Delivery system a complicated arrangement

Integrated Project Delivery system a complicated arrangement

Lots of question marks as it pertains to the new RCMP building in North Cowichan

Integrated Project Delivery system a complicated arrangement
Vancouver Island man refusing to move bylaw-defying tiny home from his property

Vancouver Island man refusing to move bylaw-defying tiny home from his property

Cowichan Valley Regional Disrict gives Vic Tyler until March 15 to remove Cowichan riverfront home

Vancouver Island man refusing to move bylaw-defying tiny home from his property
Inspired People with Musician Calvin Lechner

Inspired People with Musician Calvin Lechner

Moving from music to marketing in the Okanagan

  • Sep 24, 2018
Inspired People with Musician Calvin Lechner